How many credit cards does the average American have, and what types do they have? We’ve compiled industry statistics to answer those questions and more about who’s carrying what cards.
According to the Census Bureau, almost 20 million renters allocate at least 30% of their household income towards rent, indicating that they are housing cost-burdened. This can be especially true in larger cities where the cost of living is higher. … Continue reading →
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Paid biweekly? You get two shots a year to get ahead. Here’s how.
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The job of an airline pilot has a certain glamour to it. However, unconventional working hours and plenty of time away from home can be a recipe for stress and burnout. This could be why airline and commercial pilots are … Continue reading →
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App Tally offers a unique approach to debt consolidation – making your credit card payments for you to reduce your interest and save you money. While the service has potential, it may not be right for every kind of cardholder.
For most people, working is inevitable: You need a job toÂ afford your lifestyle. The trick, of course, is to find a balance where you can earn the money you need without spending all of your time in the workplace. Some … Continue reading →
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The supermodel and real estate tycoon Tyra Banks has reportedly snapped up a contemporary Malibu beach house with ocean views, for $4.7 million.
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The appeal of cash back cards is that they are simple, but how much can they augment your income? Four cardholders share their card strategies.
Every time I’ve bought or rented a home, I was told that I needed a co-signer. Here’s why this embarrassing scenario is all too common.
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Dreaming of an open floor plan? Loft living may be for you.
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