CreditCardsCo Blog Topic - ' Credit Card Debt'
Credit card debt is down, but it could be lower – except for the fact more of us are charging our medical expenses.
One week left and the president and Congress have bailed – which was the one thing all parties agreed on. Here’s how it affects your credit cards.
Warren Sapp filed for bankruptcy protection in Florida. Do former pro football players face more difficulties after retirement?
The FDCPA was written and passed into law in 1978. Another recession was just kicking in and this law protected consumers who were overwhelmed with debt collection efforts.
Many Americans find themselves overwhelmed with credit card debt. There are ways to find yourself back to rosier financial health. It requires patience and homework – but it can make a world of difference for your finances.
You may not know, but there are ways to gain a tax exemption on old credit card debt. Here’s more information on this little known IRS rule.
Everyone’s finances are different, though their desires to be debt free are always universal. A balance transfer credit card might be your solution while for others, it makes sense to tap into their savings to meet their goals.
Many of us are wondering what we should be focusing our attention on these days: paying down our credit card debt or working on building our savings. Here are a few questions you should be asking yourself.
Struggling with your credit card payments? Have you asked your credit card company about its hardship program? Here are a few tips on this little known option.
How do you use your credit cards? Is it used for dinner a few nights a week or maybe to offset rising costs of living? You might want to rethink your spending habits.
The news out of the financial sector is confusing – unless you understand the contradictions. Here’s why retail sales are up while credit card balances are down.
One look at the statistics paints an interesting picture of how Americans use credit and how overwhelming credit card debt can quickly become.