If you grew up during the most recent recession, the thought of even getting a credit card can seem intimidating.
Coming of age—or even trying to start a career—during a time of economic uncertainty can make you want to squirrel all your money away in coins, Scrooge Mc Duck style.
"Our counseling sessions reveal that money is a source of conflict for many couples ...
Differences in values make for conflict." Such conflict can be chronic and, ultimately, destructive to a relationship.
“They basically vanished in the Great Recession, but they’ve returned as the economy has stabilized and people have gone back to spending.
People are passionate about their favorite teams, stores and bands, and these types of cards are banks’ attempts to tap into that passion.” See: How one Wisconsin couple wiped out a 5,000 debt The average APR on the credit cards from America’s largest retailers was 23.2%, up two percentage points since 2010, according a 2014 Credit survey of the top 100 retailers by sales volume, as tracked by the National Retail Federation, the industry group for retailers.
S., branded credit cards and interest rates are on the rise, so it’s critical that consumers pay off the balance every month before higher rates kick in.
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That's the type of singles ad we'd really place, if we were honest.
According to a new Credit survey, attitudes regarding debt loom large over any relationship, and that's especially true for women.
“It struck me as kind of an unusual combination: An iconic punk bank and a credit card.
However, the reality is that most of the folks who grew up as Sex Pistols fans are now older and in their prime spending years, making them highly sought-after by banks.” In the U.