Respondents to a survey about what keeps them up at night appeared to have fewer concerns about credit card debt than other financial worries — just 22 percent said credit card debt kept them sleepless.
Respondents to a survey about what keeps them up at night appeared to have fewer concerns about credit card debt than other financial worries — just 22 percent said credit card debt kept them sleepless. Patrick Semansky Associated Press file, 2013
Respondents to a survey about what keeps them up at night appeared to have fewer concerns about credit card debt than other financial worries — just 22 percent said credit card debt kept them sleepless. Patrick Semansky Associated Press file, 2013

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