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COVID-19: Debt.com advises financial quarantine

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., March 25, 2020 — Debt.com, the nation’s leading provider of personal debt solutions, is advising Americans to watch their finances during the COVID-19 shutdowns. They have created a hub page where consumers can access personal finance information and resources and they have a hotline where consumers can call to get their questions answered. In this fluid […]

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

  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

  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

Debt.com 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

Debt.com’s annual budgeting survey shows fascinating contradictions this National Financial Literacy Month

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

Debt.com’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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Fewer Americans Making – and Keeping – New Year’s Resolutions About Money

  Debt.com’s annual “New Year No Debt” survey shows less enthusiasm about personal finances in 2019 over last year. Fort Lauderdale, FL January 29, 2019 – Nearly two-thirds of Americans made a New Year’s resolution about being more fiscally responsible in 2019 – but that may not actually be good news. Debt.com polled more than […]

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Americans are Losing Money While Trying to Save Money, According to a Debt.com/Money Talks News Survey

Americans are struggling with record levels of credit card debt – currently more than $1 trillion. Interest rates on that debt hovers around 16 percent. One popular solution is a “zero-percent balance transfer.” This is where a person transfers high-interest credit card balances to a new credit card – which charges no interest. These deals aren’t […]

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$25,000 Over 5 Years: Debt.com Rewards Readers

People win big with cash and expert money advice

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Debt.com poll reveals Americans think budgeting is crucial, and most are trying it – but not very well.

Budgeting your money is like eating healthy – everyone wants to do it, many say they’re doing it, but few are doing it right. A new budget survey of over 1,000 American adults by financial solutions company Debt.com shows almost unanimous agreement: 92 percent of us believe we all need a budget. That dropped to […]

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