Credit Card debt in America, the sequel. (Will it be worse than the original?)

We’ve all seen a movie and then looked forward to the sequel. Usually, the second film isn’t as good as the first, and we leave the theater somewhat disappointed. But, sometimes, part II is even better than the original, and we walk out thoroughly entertained.

So, when we talk about the horror film of credit card debt in the United States, American consumers are ...

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Hey Sacramento – what’s in YOUR wallet? Income, employment, real estate, and other consumer financial statistics for Sactown.

Turn on the TV news, read the headlines or social media, or even pick up your daily newspaper and you’ll probably encounter a lot of talk about the economy. In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if you read about financial statistics like our U.S national debt, unemployment rates, and even homeownership rates. But ...

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Hey Sacramento – what’s in YOUR wallet? Examining the average credit score, debt, and consumer spending in Sactown.

We regularly hear about financial statistics like national debt, unemployment rates, and even homeownership levels in the U.S. Whether it’s on the TV news, in the newspaper, or via news reports online, it seems like we can’t escape data about our economy – and the individual consumers in it. However, there is one ...

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American Shopping Holidays; 25 Facts about Black Friday and Cyber Monday

Last year, about 137 million Americans – about half of our adult population – flocked to malls, shops, and their favorite retailers on Black Friday. They’re spending big bucks, as U.S. consumers will throw down about $61.4 billion in sales this year, up from $41 billion in 2008. (In total, we’re expected to spend about $682 billion this holiday season!)

The name “Black ...

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