Debt.com Press Center
March 30, 2021
The pandemic forces Americans to finally learn financial lessons they’ve long ignored. FORT LAUDERDALE – A new Debt.com survey finds that one-third of respondents are crystal clear about their credit card intentions: “As soon as the pandemic ends, we’ll run up bills at restaurants and retailers.” While that might be depressingly predictable to many […]Read More
January 14, 2021
Debt.com and HerMoney surveyed over 1,000 Americans to find out how consumer attitudes on money have shifted due to the pandemic. The survey found that, regardless of their financial situation, Americans are learning profound lessons about their personal finances.Read More
Debt.com Survey Shows Nearly 60 Percent of Americans Will Spend Less this Holiday Season, and it is Not Solely Due to the Economy
November 10, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic radically shifted Americans’ projected holiday spending. The survey reveals the reasons behind consumers’ reduced budgets and peer pressure plays a part.Read More
In the Media
In 2019, a Debt.com poll found just 67 percent of respondents were on a household budget.
Howard Dvorkin, CPA, chairman of Debt.com, said that every American should be checking their credit score at least once a month.
“For political purposes, I understand that Biden went after and vilified the so-called rich,” Howard Dvorkin, chairman of Debt.com, told FOX Business. “But those are the people who create the jobs and guess what? If you tax them too much, they’re going to stop creating jobs.”