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Topic - Bankrate.Com
Twenty-eight percent of Americans have more credit card debt than money in an emergency fund, a new poll says.
Most Americans remain wary of investing in the stock market, even though it is near a four-year high and savings interest rates are at record lows, according to a new study released Monday by the firm Bankrate.com.
The interest rates consumers are paying on credits cards remain high, even as rates for other loans scrape along at all-time lows, according to a new report.
Mortgages are cheaper today than they've been in several decades. If only most people had the job security, the credit score and the cash to qualify.