The amount people are paying for car loans has hit a record high. But if you’re a smart shopper, you don’t have to pay that much.
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Americans place the same weight on paying home loans as credit cards, a new trend.
The federal government ordered Chase to clean up its debt collection practices and help affected consumers.
Credit card balances increased year-over-year for the first time in five years, according to Equifax.
Car buyers with bad credit are getting increasingly bigger car loans as the economy improves, according to TransUnion.
Americans are borrowing more for cars and college, but remain cautious about credit cards and riskier investments.
Consumer debt grew in the final quarter of 2012, marking the first increase in household debt in more than four years.
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