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Inflation Won’t Dampen Holiday Spending – but It Will Change It

A new Debt.com survey reveals that shoppers have fascinating hacks for defeating inflation.

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Reality TV star Vicki Gunvalson is helping Americans get real about their finances as Debt.com’s new spokesperson

The RHOC OG airs her first Debt.com commercial on Bravo and launches a weekly column on Debt.com.

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Climate Change has Americans Worried About the Future – Inflation Has Them Worried About Today

The new Debt.com poll shows that most adults expect to pay more for an increasing number of hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, wildfires, and blizzards.

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Parents Are Spending More on Back-to-School Shopping than Last Year

Debt.com’s research shows back-to-school spending seems unaffected by economic concerns.

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As College Costs and Inflation Both Skyrocket, FAFSA is More Confusing Than Ever

A Debt.com poll shows more applicants had trouble following the federal government’s instructions than they did last year.

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Upside to Inflation: More Americans Are Budgeting than Ever Before

A new Debt.com survey also shows fifty percent are living paycheck to paycheck, but a spike in using online tools is making budgeting easier.

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Justice Tax Joins Debt.com Expert Advisory Panel to Help Thousands of Americans with Tax Questions and Issues

The panel serves as a reliable source for consumers to learn more about finances, have their questions answered and gain knowledge directly from the minds of experts.

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Identity Theft: Americans Are Still Surprised When They’re a Victim of the Most Common Crime in America

A Debt.com survey reports that 39% saw their credit score drop and 14% had to take on $500 or more in debt due to the fraud.

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Holiday Shoppers Pressured to Shop Early May Actually Spend Less Money, According to a New Debt.com Survey

Survey shows supply-chain issues have already changed how we view the holidays

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Medical Debt is an Immovable Object: Debt.Com Survey Shows a Four Percent Increase Over Last Year

The pandemic changed many things – but medical debt wasn’t one of them

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