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7 Things To Do Now To Avoid New Debt This Holiday Season

Avoid debt this holiday season

Originally Published on MoneyTips.com on Dec. 6, 2018 By Roshni Chowdhry, head of customer experience at SafetyNet Take Control of your Finances Easily before the New Year Last year, the average American who took on new debt during the holidays came out an additional $1,054 in the red. Most of those who took on new […]

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6 Steps to De-stress Your Finances by Decluttering Your Bills

Woman decluttering her finances

Decluttering is a curious concept. First, it assumes you have an abundance of something (piles of shoes by the front door, cast-off toys, dusty knickknacks or old countertop appliances) getting in your way. Second, decluttering is based on an ever-moving, rather than fixed, goal. After all, if anyone actually dares to live in those serene, […]

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5 Troubling Financial Statistics

5 troubling financial statistics infographic

Overall, the economy in the U.S. has been slowly recovering from the recent recession, but many Americans are still struggling financially. Of course, these 5 troubling financial statistics from different surveys tell only part of the story, but they are concerning nonetheless. 32% of people surveyed said they pay only the minimum amount due each […]