Dvorkin on Debt Archive, Page 4

Mostly Depressing, Occasionally Rewarding: When Your Job Is Helping Americans Get Out Of Debt
By: Howard Dvorkin
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October 15, 2018
I've counseled Americans on how to get out of debt and. Over all those years, both credit card debt and student loan debt have surpassed $1 trillion.
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How Millennials Handle Their Money Matters To Us All
By: Howard Dvorkin
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October 8, 2018
The media regularly reports on millennials' financial habits, and it's typically negative. However, underreported financial studies debunk those myths.
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Debt.com’s Latest Poll: Not Paying Attention Means You Overpay
By: Howard Dvorkin
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October 1, 2018
Most Americans know how to save money on credit card interest rates in a variety of ways, but research shows they don't actually do those things.
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Financial News That Looks Bad But Is Actually Good
By: Howard Dvorkin
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September 17, 2018
Financial news often makes it seem like Americans make irresponsible financial decisions, but for the most part people are maing the right money choices.
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FREE Credit Freezes For All! It’s Now A Law
By: Howard Dvorkin
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September 10, 2018
Free credit freezes thanks to to the worst data breach ever, we all get an amazing new crime-fighting tool. What once cost up to $30, is now free.
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Debt.com Scholarship Winner: Tragedy Can Kill You Or Make You Stronger
By: Howard Dvorkin
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September 3, 2018
Debt.com scholarship winner for this month survived the adversity of her mother's death, and is inspired to use the experience to help others.
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