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  • Tax Cuts in Hand, Americans Reduce Credit Card Debt

    The Federal Reserve said consumer credit in March great at a seasonally adjusted annualized rate of 3.6 percent, or $11.6 billion. Economists had expected $15.2 billion.

    Breitbart
  • 53% of millennials would go into credit card debt to attend a friend's wedding

    More than a quarter say it's 'definitely' worth it.

    CNBC
  • 4 things no one tells you about paying off credit-card debt, from someone who's done it

    Warpboyz/Shutterstock Credit card debt can be overwhelming and stressful, and many stories found online paint a glossy picture of the process of becoming debt-free. The journey to being debt-free is not always a straight path — it takes vigilance and adaptability to keep yourself on track with your plan. Here’s what no one tells you about paying off credit card debt. I graduated from college in 2015 with more student loan debt than I wanted to acknowledge and about $5,000 in credit card...

    Business Insider
  • Millennials: here's how to build your credit rating without getting a credit card

    One in three millennials will never own their own home and will still be renting in retirement.

    The Telegraph
  • Credit card breaches at TasTAFE: report

    Staff at Tasmania's largest vocational training provider used government-issued credit cards to buy coffee and eat at "well-regarded" restaurants in breach...

    Mail Online
  • Ikea launches new credit card

    Sure, credit cards that reward dining and hotels are great — if you're a person who travels or eats out a lot. But for the many people who spend more time at home, Ikea is betting you want rewards, too. The furniture and housewares store is launching a new Ikea Visa card that offers store rewards and perks. Designed to help make Ikea shopping more affordable, cardholders earn rewards on their Ikea purchases and everyday spending such as utilities, gas and groceries, that they put toward...

    WPLG