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CFPB: Snapshot of Older Americans and Mortgage Debt

CFPB: Snapshot of Older Americans and Mortgage Debt The CFPB has been tracking the increasing levels of debt among older Americans. Today, older homeowners are carrying more mortgage debt than ever before. For many of the roughly 4.4 million retired homeowners… Continue Reading

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Confused About Credit? Get Answers Here. NFCC and USA Today Partner to Host Weekly Twitter Chats

  Confused About Credit? Get Answers Here. Hey, Millennials, ever wondered what a credit score means and why it matters? Or how your significant other’s finances could affect your future together? What about protecting yourself from fraud? And do we… Continue Reading

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Older Americans Month Guest Blog: The State of Older Americans and Savings

The State of Older Americans and Savings Older Americans Month – May By Katie Bryan, America Saves Communications Manager The numbers are shocking. • In 2012, the average credit card debt among adults aged 65+ was $9,283 (Demos). • One-third… Continue Reading

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Workshop in San Francisco – Understanding the Life Cycle of Debt

Understanding the Life Cycle of Debt The SF Smart Money Network (SF-SMN) will be hosting a professional development workshop on Debt Management and Understanding the Life Cycle of Debt.  Many consumers find themselves trapped in a cycle of debt and… Continue Reading

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Webinar: Innovations in Paying Down Debt: Lessons from Borrow Less Tomorrow (BoLT)

Register Today for Innovations in Paying Down Debt: Lessons from Borrow Less Tomorrow (BoLT) Tuesday, January 17, 1-2 p.m. EST (10:00 am in California) CFED and NeighborWorks America will discuss the Borrow Less Tomorrow (BoLT) Program, a behavioral approach to helping… Continue Reading