Some Numbers prove that Income Inequality is real and more destructive than you think

The percentage of Americans with no credit cards in 2014 was 29%, up from 22% in 2008 and 20% in 2006, according to a Gallup Survey cited at creditcards.com. If these numbers are correct nearly 10% of Americans can no longer quality for a credit card or feel they cannot pay off the balance.

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It Is Easier to Pay off a Mortgage than Student Loan Debt

tudent loan debt is now the most insidious and destructive form of obligation in America. It’s worse than mortgages and possibly even a greater threat to economic stability and individual futures than subprime mortgages were.

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