Consumers Feel Better about Personal Finances

According to a new survey, consumers in the United States are finally starting to feel better about their personal finances. Absolute Strategy Research has been studying perspectives on job security, future economic prospects and financial success since mid-2009. In June … Continue reading

LowCards.com Weekly Credit Card Update–May 2, 2014

After Data Breach, Target Plans to Issue More Secure Chip-and-PIN Cards Still pushing to right itself after an enormous data breach by cybercriminals, Target announced that it would switch its debit and credit cards over to a more secure technology … Continue reading

30% of Americans Have More Credit Card Debt Than Savings

A new survey indicates that nearly 30% of Americans have more credit card debt than savings. Only 51% of those surveyed said they had enough money in their emergency funds to pay off all of their current credit card debt. The … Continue reading

Consumer Confidence Falls Again in December

The fiscal cliff appears to be dragging down consumer confidence. The Consumer Confidence Index, a monthly survey by The Conference Board, dropped to 65.1 in December, down from 71.5 in November. The December numbers represent a four-month low in consumer confidence. Consumers are less … Continue reading