Smash those piggy banks, kids. Millennial parents are most likely to pay their kids an allowance through a mobile payment service, according to a report from CreditCards.com.
Millennials are more likely than older generations to be enticed by extravagant credit card sign-up bonuses — of either cash or travel credit — than other credit card perks, and it may not be the best route to tackle their “sorry state” of debt.
Good news for kids in debt: the average parent would hand over more than $5,000 to help his child, without expecting to be paid back, according to a new CreditCards.com report.
Late fees on credit card accounts are approaching nearly $40, yet 42 percent of consumers surveyed by CreditCards.com say they’ve paid their bill late at least once in the last year. And it’s most often not because they didn’t have the money to make the payment in their checking account.
A survey said 15 million Americans in a live-in romantic relationship currently have a credit card or bank account that their partner or spouse doesn’t know about.
With just 87 days left before Christmas, many Americans say they’ve completely finished their shopping. Those overachievers.
Just as holiday shopping season ramps up — and spending along with it, more Americans than ever say they believe they will never pay off their debt, according to a new poll.
WASHINGTON — In an increasingly paperless society, more than half of Americans still prefer to use old-fashioned paper coupons, according to a new survey. Sixty-three percent of all U.S. credit and debit cardholders who use…
Paying college tuition by credit card may not be a good idea,
according to a new survey.
For most Americans, cash is king when it comes to small
purchases, but a new report finds that younger spenders are leaning toward using
plastic for purchases.
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