Irvine, CA (PRWEB) March 13, 2011
The latest MoneyNing.com post offers practical money tips for families burdened with debt and struggling to create financial security. The post entitled 20 Top Personal Finance Tips to Teach Your Kids (and Yourself!) is available at http://MoneyNing.com/.
The Daily Mail announced this week that personal debt in the UK has risen to £1.4 trillion, with the average household debt in their nation at an astounding £57,635. Even with as high as the UK numbers are, when it comes to consumer debt, Canadians and Americans both surpass their British counterparts.
According to TheEpochTimes Canadians carry an average household debt of $112,000 for a combined total of $1.5 trillion. The situation is even direr in the US where total consumer debt is a whopping $2.4 trillion.
Recognizing that people are struggling under an unprecedented debt load, personal finance blog MoneyNing.com recently offered consumers hope with its recent post entitled 20 Top Personal Finance Tips to Teach Your Kids (and Yourself!). The post’s author Vered Deleeuw offers a series of practical money tips including encouraging families to avoid bad debt.
Deleeuw explains, “This mainly addresses credit card debt. There’s nothing good about this debt, which tends to quickly snowball out of proportion, making it extremely difficult to pay off.”
Deleeuw continues, “Avoid it at all costs – even if it means you can’t keep up with the glitzy neighbors.”
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