It’s no surprise that Americans love their credit cards.
So much so, that outstanding credit card debt is now at the second-highest point since the end of the 2008 financial crisis, as tracked by WalletHub. Last quarter alone, Americans racked up almost $30 billion in debt.
What’s more, women may be at the losing end of this trend. According to new study, more than one in four female cardholders (26%) say they are “not at all” confident in being able to pay their bills in full this month, nearly double the percentage of men at 14%.