It's difficult not to be concerned when facing numbers like these:
43% of U.S. families spent more than they earned. On average, Americans spend $1.22 for each dollar they earn.
Standard Households have about $8,000 in credit card debt.
In the past decade Personal bankruptcies have doubled
Americans owed $1.9773 trillion in October 2003. This amount has
increased 41% from what consumers owed in 1998.
The average American household has $18,654 in debt not including
In excess of 1 million homeowners currently have 3 or 4 mortgages on their homes. 1.8 million Homeowners have loans equal to 100% or more the value of their homes.
Personal bankruptcy filings in 2003, rose 7.8% from the same period in 2002
Average U.S. household with a mortgage, two college graduates who borrowed money for school and more than one credit card, owes about $112,000.
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