10 States Where Credit Card Debt Is Getting More Manageable
Editor’s Note: This story originally appeared on SmartAsset.com.
Credit cards can be useful, especially if you use them responsibly to earn points, airline miles, and other benefits.
That said, it’s easy to let your credit card debt get out of hand and get in serious trouble. For the second quarter of 2021, Experian reports that the average card balance was $ 5,525 nationwide, which is actually down from three years ago when it rose. at $ 6,505.
With that in mind, SmartAsset has ranked the states where debt is becoming more manageable for consumers. For more details on how we found and analyzed our data, read the Data and Methodology section at the end.
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