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Consumers to affirm card love in February with $1 trillion in debt

Brady Porche

What would you like for Valentine’s Day? How about a $1 trillion credit card debt? If our recent hard-charging trends continue, American credit card debt will hit the $1 trillion level in late January or early February 2017. Data from…
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Emily’s list: Valentine’s Day edition

Emily Crone

Valentine’s Day is kind of a lost cause for me. It comes on the heels of Hanukkah and Christmas (interfaith family), followed by my birthday on Feb. 11. By the time Feb. 14 rolls around, my husband is not excited about buying more gifts. We also celebrate our wedding anniversary in late March.

In this week’s roundup, I’ll start you off with six blog posts that offer great suggestions for affordable Valentine’s Day presents and dates, then end with four enlightening posts about credit and debt. Enjoy!

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Emily’s list: Valentine’s Day edition

Emily Crone

My poor husband. There was Christmas in late December, my birthday is tomorrow, Valentine’s Day is next week and we have our first wedding anniversary in March. Even worse, he is in law school, so I’m trying to make things easy on him.

I’m proof that being romantic doesn’t have to make you broke. If you need suggestions for an affordable Valentine’s Day, read below for my list of favorite personal finance blog posts from the past week — several of which have many great tips for this.

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Emily’s list: Valentine’s Day edition

Emily Crone

Don’t go into debt just to show your honey a good time this Valentine’s Day! This week’s roundup features articles on having a fun but frugal Valentine’s Day and making wise financial decisions with your romantic partner.
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