Americans paying credit cards on time but abandoning financial resolutions

Americans may be paying their credit cards on time; however, a recent survey shows that they are not following through with their financial resolutions. Credit card payments that are over 90 days past due are the lowest they have been in almost 20 years. However, according to a survey by TransUnion, almost 25% of Americans have already given up on their New Year’s financial resolutions and almost 33% have not accomplished even one-half of their goals for the year.

For more read, “Credit card delinquency rate falls to lowest level in 19 years.”

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