Posts Tagged ‘credit card debt’

No Credit? No Problem, Say Many Americans

In a world that seemingly runs on credit, more Americans, particularly recent college graduates, are skipping credit cards for the plastic equivalent of cash: the debit card. The shift, driven partly by choice and partly by economic and financial conditions, raises concerns that these creditless groups may be locked out of key areas of this […]


Consumer Debt is a Slaver with a Pretty Face

Are you a voluntary slave to the monthly payment? Most Americans are to some extent. Take a moment to calculate exactly how much of your money is tied up paying interest to institutions that loaned you money for another new car, a bigger house, a kickin’ stereo, or a tropical vacation. The problem with this […]