visualized by: Master of Finance
Contrary to the explosion of personal finance management tools, both as mobile and desktop apps, Americans seem to fall behind in the adoption of e-Wallet practice. Generation gap is the rationale behind this situation.
visualized by: Online Accounting Degrees
Are Americans adequately educated to deal with and manage their dollars? Regardless of the fact that this topic refers to non-Americans as well, here you see summarized data from studies on the personal finance literacy for the US population.
visualized by: KickStart Search
19000 consumers from 14 countries across the world were surveyed regarding their online spending habits. See a rundown of the global online shopping behavior based on data as of 2012 and the emerging opportunity of mobile shopping that marketers should get in hand.
visualized by: Neo Mammalian Studios
Some are better at making money, some at saving it, some at spending and few get on with all. Discover the who is who of money management.
visualized by: Ghergich&Co
This presentation explains the importance of doing our shopping from local stores and businesses rather than big national chains and the benefits this movement produces for local communities and the environment. Discover how turning local makes a difference.
visualized by: CreditLoan.com
The average American is over $8,000 in debt, which is up dramatically from a whopping $48 in the 1940s! See a breakdown of Americans’ average monthly spending across the various product and service categories and get an idea of the average debt burden due to uncovered overspending.
visualized by: Saveup.com
Have you ever wondered how much could yield the savings of annual love spending in the long run?
visualized by: Tesco Bank
Tesco Bank reports on the way people use their credit cards in the UK and found some surprising results. This infographic is a great way to see how credit card use reflects who they are and what stage in their life’s they are going through.
visualized by: Quin Street
Has your spending gotten out of control? Are you addicted to shopping? Impulse buying may hurt your personal finance and life. Get the facts of US consumer survey and find how to address the problem.
visualized by: MoneySmart.gov.au
Australian Government eagers to help and guide Australians to make better financial decisions. To this direction, it gives out this spending pattern review and suggests taking control of their expenses by making use of its new mobile app.