Tips And Tricks For Budgeting Your Holiday Shopping
By: Robyn Song
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November 15, 2022
|Glam
"Really put some thought into this because you're making a promise to yourself that this is it — you're not buying anything more for anyone else," Howard Dvorkin, chairman of Debt.com, tells Nasdaq.
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5 Black Friday Spending Traps to Avoid
By: Donna Fuscaldo
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November 15, 2022
|AARP
“These guys (retailers) have had not one year, not two years but 100 years to figure out how to separate you from your money,” says Howard Dvorkin, chairman of Debt.com. “They are very good at it. They want it to be perceived that you are getting a deal, and sometimes that deal is not a real one.”
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Inflation: How To Approach Your Holiday Shopping List With Higher Costs
By: Gabrielle Olya
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November 14, 2022
|Nasdaq
“With inflation up from last year, consumers are entering one of the priciest holiday seasons during a time when most of them can’t afford it,” said Howard Dvorkin, CPA and chairman of Debt.com. “The pandemic caused many people to stretch their finances, and this holiday season will ask them to pull even further.”
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Five Consumer 'Junk Fees' Consumers Love to Hate
By: Brian O'Connell
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November 9, 2022
|TheStreet
“Just because an announcement to eliminate junk fees was made doesn’t mean all banks may comply in all cases,” says Dvorkin. “Banking consumers should conduct a quick internet search for their account fees. If they’ve already been hit with junk fees, they should call their bank and try to get them waived.”
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11 Ways to Prevent Debt from Ruining Your Retirement Goals
By: Lyle Solomon
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November 7, 2022
|Nasdaq
Debt.com polled a thousand Americans, and most participants said that they are now tracking their finances, and their budgeting habit has helped them get out and stay out of debt.
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How Having an 800+ Credit Score Impacts Card Interest Rates and Rewards
By: Adam West
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November 2, 2022
|CardRates.com
“Sometimes people with poor credit scores don’t get jobs. Because their job is offered on their ability to handle their finances, and a poor credit score shows that they can’t,” Dvorkin said.
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