- American Household Credit Card Debt Statistics: 2017 . . .
NerdWallet’s 2017 household debt study shows that several major spending categories have outpaced income growth over the past decade; many Americans are putting medical expenses on credit cards; and the average indebted household is paying hundreds of dollars in credit card interest each year
- US households now have over $16,000 in credit-card debt
The average household credit-card debt held by Americans is the highest it has been since 2008 even as incomes fail to keep pace with the cost of living The average household credit-card debt held by American families is the highest it has been since 2008, even as incomes fall
- Average Credit Card Debt in America: July 2018 - ValuePenguin
North and South Dakota, and Nebraska were among other states which came in with low average credit card debt per household – the three held an average of $4,182 To see the average credit card debt throughout the nation, use the interactive map below Hover over a state in order to display its average Light blue states have lower debt, while dark blue states have higher levels of credit card debt
- The rise of household debt in the U. S. , in five charts.
To learn more about how we got here—and how we can get out—check out the United States of Debt, a Slate Academy
- The Average Americans Credit Card Debt May Shock You . . .
I already mentioned that the average American's credit card debt is $3,600, but that figure is deceptively low More than 60% of households carry no credit card debt whatsoever, and of those that do, many pay it in full every month
- Do You Have More Debt Than the Average American? - Bloomberg
Household credit card debt, at $747 billion in 2016's third quarter, remains below where it was at the start of the Great Recession In December 2007, Americans had $839 billion in credit card debt NerdWallet projects that the tally may surpass that to reach $842 billion by 2019, based on data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York
- Credit card debt statistics - CreditCards. com
The percentage of U S households revolving credit card debt from month to month has been rising recently to 38 percent in 2018 after steadily falling from 41 percent since 2010, according to the National Foundation for Credit Counseling
- Consumer Debt Statistics - Consolidated Credit
Credit card debt is set to hit $1 trillion by the end of 2016 See how your situation with credit card debt stacks up versus the average American household See how your situation with credit card debt stacks up versus the average American household