Credit Card Debt Newswire (Page 4)

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  1. Chase credit card alerts don't always help detect errorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | Cleveland.com

    ... a heck of a lot more information than we have to provide in most transactions. Q: I have about $27,000 in credit card debt. I just got a new job and, in addition to cuts I've made in my spending and the fact that I no longer have a big car payment, ...

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  2. 7 toxic money habits you need to quitRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | MarketWatch

    ... worse, she says. That temporary high you get from buying will inevitably wear off, often leaving you with credit card debt or piles of unneeded stuff. To avoid making impulsive, emotional purchases, set some ground rules for yourself. For instance, ...

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  3. Ex-Arvest exec gets prison stintRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | NWAonline

    Dennis Smiley Jr. began getting into financial trouble early in his marriage by running up credit card debt, he told a judge at his sentencing Thursday. "I was taking loans to get by one day at a time," Smiley said. 1 comment

  4. The 7 money mistakes your friends are secretly judging you forRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | Mirror.co.uk

    ... hell of a good time'. "It turned out that she and her husband had done exactly that, and were neck-deep in credit card debt. They divorced over it." User energizerabby grew up poor and stayed thrifty even after making good money. But her in-laws, ...

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  5. What To Do With That Bonus or Tax RefundRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 29 | Black Enterprise

    ... sum is more of a windfall, your priority is to fix vulnerabilities. First up: Knock out high-rate consumer credit card debt. It's a great return on your investment, because you're avoiding double-digit interest rates. Build an emergency fund is ...

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  6. These Americans are the most embarrassed about their credit-card debtRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | MarketWatch

    Midwesterners are the Americans most embarrassed to admit they had credit-card debt and the least likely to actually have it, according to a survey the personal-finance website NerdWallet released this month. Some 38% of Midwesterners said they would be embarrassed to tell others about their credit-card debt versus 34% in the Northeast and West and 33% in the South.

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  7. Colorado Springs church classes address domestic, spiritual life beyond sanctuaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 18 | The Gazette

    ... this time Garlow needed the help. And like many who live in a nation where the average household credit card debt is approaching $16,000, she knew that making a sea change in spending and saving habits would require something of a come-to-Jesus ...

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  8. 8 Credit Card Tips That Will Last A LifetimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 8, 2016 | Credit.com

    ... so will help keep your credit score intact. You can come up with a payment plan to get rid of any existing credit card debt you have here . Late payments can result in costly fees, damaged credit and sky-high penalty annual percentage rates. ...

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  9. On Native GroundATTACKING Higher Ed: Good Politics, Bad Public PolicyRead the original story

    Jan 10, 2014 | American Reporter

    ... hides of their students. Student loan debt in the United States is now in excess of $1 trillion. exceeding credit card debt. And unlike credit cards or mortgages, bankruptcy doesn't wipe out student loan debt. However, even after you subtract the ...

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  10. Millennials lead boom in personal loansRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | WTOP-FM Washington

    ... helping pay for emergency expenses, those low rates are also attractive to borrowers looking to consolidate credit card debt; the average credit card interest rate right now is 15.7 percent. And, Americans with good credit could be getting offers ...

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  11. When not to save for retirement1 min agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | Pequot Lakes Echo

    ... carried mortgage debt (median balance: $90,000), according to the Pew study. Forty-one percent carried credit card debt and 35 percent had an auto loan. "Getting rid of consumer debt by the time you retire is huge," said Dirk Cotton, a financial ...

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  12. 6 Stress-Relieving Financial Tips for EntrepeneursRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Connecticut Post

    ... are $3,000, then we would suggest having $9,000 to $18,000 in your emergency reserve account." "Racking up credit card debt to fuel your entrepreneurial spirit is not advisable," cautions Reiner. Many entrepreneurial success stories espouse ...

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  13. A simple strategy that could lower your credit card debt is something most people don't considerRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Silicon Alley Insider

    ... with the credit card companies to lower your interest rate, tell them that you're prepared to move all your credit card debt to the company that offers you the lowest rate," advises Bach. Do your research ahead of time and find the current credit ...

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  14. How to Balance Debt Reduction and Retirement SavingsRead the original story

    Friday Jan 22 | US News & World Report

    Millennials face a particularly difficult challenge when it comes to retirement savings. They are juggling credit card debt and student loans, while at the same time trying to save for the future.

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  15. Parents' debt may influence childrens' emotional wellbeingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Fox News

    ... to buy a home may lead to better social and economic outcomes, whereas taking on unsecured debt, such as credit card debt or payday loans, that is not tied to such investments may not," Berger said by email. The researchers looked at data from a ...

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  16. Husband would like financial bailout from his wifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | Chicago Tribune

    Dear Amy: My husband, "Rob," is terrible with money, and he knows it. Before we got married, he declared bankruptcy because he was deep in credit card debt, amassed from his previous marriage and nasty divorce.

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  17. The 10 commandments of personal financeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | KNDU

    ... financial footing. 1. Approach debt with caution. Among U.S. adults who have a credit card, the average credit card debt is more than $5,000. This statistic should serve as a caution. Once you begin going into debt, it can be hard to get out. If you ...

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  18. Recovering from a holiday spending hangoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | KNDU

    ... as early as February. 5. Get rid of debt with an avalanche or snowball. Two methods can work to eliminate credit card debt. Both require you to pay a non-declining monthly amount toward your debt until all debts have been paid off. Avalanche: The ...

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  19. Tori Spelling's Mother Refuses To Settle Daughter's Credit Card DebtRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | ContactMusic.com

    The Beverly Hills, 90210 star is facing a lawsuit from executives at American Express after allegedly racking up almost $38,000 on her card, and officials from the credit card company are demanding the amount be fully repaid with interest. However Candy, the widow of multi-millionaire TV producer Aaron Spelling, insists that although she is helping Tori with her living expenses, she will not pay off her debts.

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  20. Ask Amy: My maxed-out husband refuses to cut up his credit cardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 22 | San Jose Mercury News

    DEAR AMY: My husband, "Rob," is terrible with money, and he knows it. Before we got married, he declared bankruptcy because he was deep in credit card debt, amassed from his previous marriage and nasty divorce.

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