REUTERS - Jan 25 - 49% of Americans find credit-card debt a turnoff according to a new survey by personal-finance site NerdWallet. 51% of women are wary of someone buried in bills (compared with 46% for men). 70% of Americans think there is a nasty stigma surrounding credit-card debt, versus other kinds of "good" debt like a home mortgage or student loans. 62% of seniors and 46% of millennials said they would take a pass on romantic partner in credit card debt.
by Chris Taylor
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