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Americans With Holiday Debt Added an Average of $1,230 — Up From $1,054 in 2017
Consumers taking on holiday debt this season used more credit than last year, piling on an average $1,230, according to an annual survey conducted by MagnifyMoney. This marked an increase from $1,054 during the 2017 holiday season, and $1,003 in 2016. And what’s more, most of those borrowing for the ... Read More
December 27, 2018
Americans With Holiday Debt Added an Average of $1,054, a 5% Increase From 2016
Consumers who said they went into debt over the holiday season racked up an average of $1,054 of debt, according to an annual survey conducted by MagnifyMoney. That’s not only an increase of 5% over last year, but we also found more shoppers put that debt on high-interest plastic. As ... Read More
December 28, 2017
Where Americans Cashed In the Most Wealth
These are the places where the most capital gains have been realized Just a few years ago, in the aftermath of the Great Recession, Americans were constantly reading about how home ownership had let Americans down. There was red ink everywhere: Not only had stocks lost nearly half of their ... Read More
November 16, 2017