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Company News recognizes Military Consumer Month ‒ with a warning

July 18, 2019 Chairman Howard Dvorkin, CPA worries about U.S. soldiers’ unseen enemies

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Fewer Americans are Budgeting in 2019 — Although They Think Everyone Else Should

April 4, 2019’s annual budgeting survey shows fascinating contradictions this National Financial Literacy Month

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Consumers tell ‘Love Doesn’t Have to Cost a Thing’

February 12, 2019’s annual Valentine’s Day Survey shows that nearly half of American adults expect their loved ones to spend nothing and the other half expects them to spend around $50.

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Consumer debt is at ‘doomsday’ levels meaning the economy ‘will come crashing down’

According to Howard Dvorkin, chairman of, the future of debt is a ‘doomsday scenario’ future generations will have to deal with. ‘I have no clue when it will come crashing down. I just know it will,’ he tells He believes that, although finance industry tech advances will be significant, they won’t solve debt and we’ll ‘borrow more because we can’ rather than having long-term goals in mind.

Holiday spending will put Americans in massive debt – here’s how to spend wisely

Men will outspend women by twice as much this holiday season, and nearly a third of 2,003 males surveyed in a holiday spending report from with Tinuiti Marketing plan to shell out more than $500 just on gift cards. Women, meanwhile, are slated to spend $250 or less, according to the survey.

Survey: Most Americans plan to steer clear of shopping debt this holiday season

How you choose to pay for merchandise is almost as important as how much you buy. Rewards cards can be a great way to rack up points, but if you’re carrying a balance each month, then you have to pay interest on top of what you spend. So, in essence, you’re paying a dollar to save a dime, says Howard Dvorkin, chairman at

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