That’s the percentage of Americans . A healthy dose of fear is good – especially when it comes to heights, bears, enclosed spaces, insects and needles. But I am going to put the fear of credit up there with (cheese), (I will let you click through that link yourself) and (you can guess that one).
These are the things to look forward to this week.
Cheers (and tears) to 2018: It was just 3 p.m. yesterday when you were making resolutions to be a better, healthier, happier version of yourself. Cut to 3 a.m. this morning and you’re searching your disheveled, besparkled (and pocketless) dress while mascara runs down your face as you sob because you lost your wallet. It maybe wasn’t the exact same situation, but one of our columnists and can help you out with what to do. If it turns out you were uncontrollably crying for no reason and your wallet was in your purse which made it home safe and sound, there are still a few things you can do to make sure your like you are feeling now.
What you might have missed last week.
Raising while falling: In the twilight of 2017, the Federal Reserve raised interest rates yet again, meaning in the dawn of this new, unblemished 2018 your credit card’s APR is likely to go up (or it may already have risen). Last week the . Try to pay off all those presents ASAP.
That is my very deep and true feelings about parking. Paying to park is a scam. Parking should be free for all. But if you live in basically any city, you’re going to have to pay to park. With , you may be able to park your cash next time.