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I have more Americans are making their credit card payments on time delinquencies -- the last quarter of 2012 -- the lowest level in almost twenty years.
Our Peter Barnes is live on the National Mall in Washington DC with more Peter.
Well that's right -- Of another one according to the American Bankers Association.
And a new report out today are more people are making their credit card payments.
On time payments of more than thirty days late fell in the fourth quarter to their lowest level since 1994.
About two and a half percent.
-- accounts were delinquent content that continuing a trend that began in 2009 as you can see from this chart.
During the crisis and well below the fifteen year average of about a 4% delinquency rate.
I think the fourth quarter of last year was.
A strange quarter and a sense everybody was worried about the fiscal cliff and what that meant.
And I think that led to people even being more cautious making sure they have a financial buffer.
Joined now by a family from North Carolina the Edwards family Don is a landscaper -- his wife -- a teacher.
This lady in the meadowlands -- claims to be the grandmother air buddies can't possibly be she must be assist terrorists out that.
But -- -- -- you said that you are being more cautious with your finances.
And you arm doing more to make sure you make your loan payments and your credit card payments what's going on.
Well gotten a little financial problem couple years ago and we're more concerned about it more aware of it now don't want it to happen again.
Well with that we're gonna let you guys got out see some of the museums here and -- credit card to make sure you get presents for the girls Sydney Claire and Brad Edwards family thank you very much for joining us all right have fun today.
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