National Foundation for Credit Counseling research finds 37% of respondents would not marry someone with a lot of debt.
Foundation planning "Protect Your Identity" week with partners: Set for Oct. 20-27.
Of consumers surveyed, overspending at 54% outweighed other financial concerns.
Overspending the biggest regret, online poll respondents tell credit counseling group.
In spite of record breaking sales on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, some 91% of respondents plan to either cut back or spend nothing this holiday season, according to a poll taken on the website of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling.
The National Foundation for Credit Counseling’s fifth annual financial literacy survey has found that some 26% of Americans are spending more, saving less and still carrying credit card debt.
Decreasing debt tops most consumers' New Year's resolution lists.
The very things that make social media so popular also make them a potential problem for credit unions, their members and those in charge of fighting fraud.
The National Foundation for Credit Counseling released poll findings that indicated that 26% of those polled intend to opt in to overdraft protection.
A credit counseling organization has released a survey, which it said contradicts a prevailing image of large numbers of home owners walking away from their mortgages.