Sunday , 25 February 2018

Personal Finance

Credit Card Debt Binge Making Americans Debt Slaves Again


The final effort in the debt-fueled “recovery” of the U.S. economy from the Great Recession - the increase in consumer credit card debt - is seen by Equifax as that of "American consumers...getting on with their lives.” Yes, indeed, their lives as debt slaves!

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8 Signs You’re Flirting With Financial Ruin


Are you heading for a financial fall? The line between a future of financial solvency and one of distress is thinner than you might think. Bankrate offers eight signs you're flirting with financial ruin. If four or more of these signs sound familiar, it's time to seek help. [Take a look.] Words: 1697

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Average U.S. Individual & Household Incomes Surprisingly Low – Take A Look


For a consumption based economy asking “how much do Americans earn?” is a vital key to our long-term stability. Each household has a propensity to spend and the ability to consume is largely derived by income. Debt has made it easier for households to spend future wages but these two important reference points measure the health of total wages for households and that of individual workers.

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