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The Myth: American’s Have Learned to Avoid Debt

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So much of what you hear about the recent economic trends of people learning grand lessons about avoiding debt, are just not true. While the level of unsecured consumer debt has decreased over these past four years, it’s not as if that was some grand American consumer awakening. No, that was the result of poor economic times and a lack ... Read More »

Expect Tidal Wave Of Limit Reductions and Credit Card Closures to Hit Before Christmas

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Yesterday I wrote about a little old hardware store that had noticed an increase in card purchases over cash. That’s not a good sign if people are using plastic more for routine things and especially in this environment of credit card issuers reducing credit limits, raising interest rates and closing cards. You see, the credit card issuers are getting freaked ... Read More »

Debt Warning Signs, and Ways to Dig Out – TheStreet.com

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Debt Warning Signs, and Ways to Dig Out TheStreet.com - 3 hours ago ... from under that debt is to admit there's a problem. This means taking a hard look at your spending and saving habits, and taking action to get out of debt . Read More »

How to Avoid Filing for Bankruptcy – Wflxfox29.com

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By Lisa Smith Filing for bankruptcy is often viewed as a quick and easy way to get out of debt. While it will make some of your debts go away, U.S. residents may find that what you get in return may be more than you bargained for, thanks to legal ... Read More »

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