Policies, Not Politics: Credit Card Debt

Uncategorized Feb 24, 2020

As we gear up for the 2020 Presidential Election, we'll see an increase in scary headlines about "What If..." scenarios depending on who could take office. This is a difficult time to know when to throw on those "Old School" earmuffs and when to take action.

There's not enough clear evidence that suggests that a Republican or Democratic President is good or bad for the U.S. Equity Markets. So what we can focus on are topics that are important to us rather than all the noise that we are inundated with way too frequently.

Credit card debt is far too common. Juggling debt along with financial goals we set for ourselves can be overwhelming. Check out this article from CNBC, it outlines actions some presidential candidates are advocating for when it comes to credit card debt!



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