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Debt.com Survey: Divorced Americans are Indebted to Their “Happily Ever After”

February 5, 2020

  Debt.com/MoneyWise.com surveyed nearly 800 divorcees to find that most are $5,000 or more in debt as a result of their divorce. FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Feb. 5, 2020 — Everyone knows divorce is costly, but a new survey reveals that debt follows divorce long after it’s final. Debt.com and MoneyWise.com surveyed nearly 3,000 Americans and 800 […]

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Failed Resolution Déjà vu: Debt.com Helps Americans Resolve Debt the Right Way in 2020

January 21, 2020

  Good economy or bad, Americans are still making financial New Year’s resolutions – and still not keeping them. Fort Lauderdale, FL January 21, 2020 – Over the past three years, Debt.com has surveyed almost 5,000 people and found that about two-thirds consistently say they have a financial New Year resolution, but most of them also […]

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Debt.com recognizes Military Consumer Month ‒ with a warning

July 18, 2019

Debt.com Chairman Howard Dvorkin, CPA worries about U.S. soldiers’ unseen enemies

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When Should You Make Your Kid an Authorized User on Your Credit Card?

“Howard Dvorkin, CPA and chairman of Debt.com, helped his own college-age kids research the best credit cards for college students and encouraged them to apply for their own cards after two years on his own cards. The hardest part, he said, was getting them to switch over to using their own cards rather than keep using the safety net of his.”

4 Things Everyone Hates About Budgeting

“A 2019 Debt.com survey of 1,042 adults captures this attitude. One-third of respondents said they didn’t follow a budget at all, citing insufficient income, lack of time, and previous failed attempts at budgeting. Those complaints are understandable, but also solvable.”

Get SMART about budgeting in the new year

“We are very good at spending more than we have. American consumer debt sits at about $14 trillion dollars, and a Debt.com survey finds about a third of us don even bother with a budget.”

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