Many banks suffered financially as a result of falling home prices as some were heavily involved in offering risky mortgage loans.
A new survey shows that more Americans are feeling confident about their personal finance situations. How do you feel?
More people are concerned about saving for retirement, paying medical bills and keeping up their standard of living than are worried about making their minimum credit card payments. That’s one conclusion of a recent Gallup telephone poll that asked a random and demographically weighted sample of 1,077 adults about their financial concerns. The poll found that: