Kimberly Palmer

Personal finance expert at NerdWallet, author

Personal finance expert at NerdWallet; author of "Smart Mom, Rich Mom," "The Economy of You" and “Generation Earn”

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As more businesses become cashless and paperless, consumers are increasingly relying on credit and debit cards. Americans are swimming in credit card debt.

The downside of going plastic: racking up debt

As more businesses become cashless and paperless, consumers are increasingly relying on credit and debit cards. Americans are swimming in credit card debt.

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