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    • 23 May

      Thirty-five percent of adults have never looked at their credit reports, according to a recent study of the financial habits of Americans.

      Among older and younger folks, the number is even higher: 44% of seniors and 41% of Millennials haven’t ever checked their...

    • 28 Apr

      Avoiding fees, making payments on time, and staying away from cash advances are just a few of the tips offered by nonprofit credit counseling foundation Take Charge America in their latest consumer education campaign.

      Aimed at helping folks build solid credit...

    • 8 Apr

      The Center for Financial Services Innovation (CFSI) reveals that 57% of Americans are financially unhealthy, according to a recent study of more than 7,000 adults across the country.

      The study, funded by American Express, the Ford Foundation and the MetLife...

    • 26 Jan

      If buying your first home is on your list of things to do this year, join the club. People’s Home Equity, a mortgage lender base in Tennessee, expects a boom in first-time homebuyers in 2015, spurred by low interest rates and the improving economy. They’ve compiled...

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    • 3 Jan

      The National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) said that consumers seem optimistic about their financial pictures heading into 2015.

      Their November online poll, conducted each month via their website homepage, asked folks to predict what their financial...

    • 13 Dec

      Although the economy is improving steadily, there are still people who are struggling under a heavy load of debt and considering alternatives in dealing with it. For some of those folks, filing for bankruptcy may seem like a viable option—but they should think twice...

    • 19 Sep

      Although some economists are cautious about lingering effects of the recession on the U.S. economy, small businesses are doing well. They are increasing sales, hiring more employees, and taking on extra debt with the expectation of being able to pay it back.

      The TD...

    • 4 Sep

      Although some 35% of Americans have debts that have been sent to collections—an estimated 77 million people—the majority of them aren’t seeking help with their financial situations.

      A study from the Urban Institute revealed the troubling statistic, but the...

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