U.S. Personal Savings Rate


The U.S. personal saving rate stood at 3.7% in January of 2017, a bit lower than its 10-year average of 5.5% and well below the recent five-year high of 11% in December 2012.1 The personal saving rate is the federal government’s estimate of what percent of their incomes U.S. households are saving. But market watchers [...]

U.S. Personal Savings Rate2019-08-16T22:01:24+00:00

How Does Your Credit Score Compare?


Your credit score is simply a statistical estimation of how likely you are to pay your debts and, by extension, how much credit you should have. Everyone is different—everyone has a different history, different experiences. But have you ever wondered how you compare to other Americans? The illustration below shows cities with the best and [...]

How Does Your Credit Score Compare?2019-08-16T21:53:27+00:00
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