Credit debt, tax reform, low savings keep money pros up at night

reuters.com — But there's still plenty to worry about, financial experts say. Below are excerpts of what the top money professionals told Reuters Money about their concerns for consumers in 2013: JOHN ULZHEIMER, PRESIDENT OF CONSUMER EDUCATION AT SMARTCREDIT.COM: Over the past two years, the terms for most credit cards have been changed to variable rates tied to the prime rate from fixed rates.
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So it's not the end of the world. But there is still plenty to worry about. t.co/BLR4zxWn