As Joe and Anthony Russo receive the Slamdance Founders Award today, their position on the A-list might make their success seem unattainable for filmmakers here with indie films they struggled to finance and shoot for Slamdance or Sundance. Show More Summary
When I was a young lad, just heading off to college, I had no debt. I had no credit cards. My family didn’t use debt for purchases other than buying our house. I really didn’t have any knowledge about how to best use debt. My student loan package included a scholarship, a work-study program and […]
You probably read or seen over the news, how Canadians are racking up more debt than ever before. So the question remains, are credit card rewards worth it? The short answer depends on a few factors. Are you paying off the balances in full each month? If you are not paying off your credit card […] The post Are Credit Card Rewards Worth it? appeared first on Pointshogger.
You've paid enough on your mortgage to build a solid amount of equity in your home. Now you want to tap into it; maybe you want to use the money to pay off high-interest credit card debt, help fund a child's college education, or take on a major kitchen remodel. You have two choices when it comes...
Nearly a third of Americans report trouble paying their medical bills and many have taken on credit card debt to pay the expenses.
Survey: 35% of U.S. adults with credit card debt said they do not think they will ever get out of debt.
A better jobs picture gave consumers confidence to borrow. Credit card debt hit a record $1.02 trillion. What do you do so you don't get crushed?
The national credit card debt reaches record high, reports the Federal Reserve. If you're one of the many burdened by credit card debt, we have some tips to help. National Credit Card Debt Reaches Record High—Take Steps To Lower Your Debt Now appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.
Many people fall into debt, ranging from mortgage debt to credit card debt. In fact, according to a recent GOBankingRates survey, the average overall debt of Americans — including those with no debt — is approximately $63,000. However, among survey respondents with debt, the average total amount owed is $140,113, the survey showed. Show More Summary
31 million people believe they will still owe on their credit cards when they die, according to a new survey.
``Americans' outstanding credit card debt hit a new record in November, highlighting a more confident U.S. consumer but also flashing a warning signal of potential trouble down the road. Revolving credit, mostly credit cards, increased by $11.2 billion to $1.023 trillion, the Federal Reserve said Monday. Show More Summary
The most common complaint categories in order were related to: mortgages, debt collection, credit reporting, credit card, bank accounts or service.
Somebody printed this on a T-shirt: “The holidays are over and all I got was a mountain of debt!” Sound familiar? Don’t feel bad; you’re not alone. According to CBS News, the average credit card balance per US household is now $9600. And with credit card interest rates running between 16% and 24%, credit card […]
Businesses both small and large take on commercial debt as a way to finance projects, expand, or even to make payroll. Commercial credit cards are also popular among businesses due to the many conveniences and perks they offer. But if...Show More Summary
The record, reached in November, shows a more confident consumer but raises concerns.
Worried that your credit card debt is rising too quickly? Wondering how you'll ever pay off your plastic? You're far from alone. Many Americans who carry balances on their credit cards struggle to pay it off. According to a 2017 household debt survey by NerdWallet, American households that have...
It’s back to basics month at Get Rich Slowly! Today, we’re going to take a l-o-n-g look at how to use credit cards wisely. Believe it or not, credit cards can be a useful tool — so long as you don’t fall into debt. For a long time, I thought credit cards were evil. Starting […] The post How to use credit cards wisely: A definitive guide appeared first on Get Rich Slowly.
While the reasons might vary, the truth is Americans seem to have a penchant for debt and overspending. By and large, we’re spending all we earn and then some, charging what we can’t afford on our credit cards, and borrowing more than we need for homes, cars, and even furniture. Show More Summary
A WalletHub analyst warns that credit card debt is marching toward $1 trillion.
If you racked up holiday debt this year, you’re not alone. A new study from Magnify Money noted that Americans with holiday debt added an average of $1,054 to their balances during the 2017 holiday shopping season. This figure is up 5% from last year, and a full-fledged representation of our love affair with plastic. Show More Summary