Credit card debts based on brain usage
The side of your brain you use to think with could determine whether you get into credit card debts or not.
New research for insurers First Direct has shown that people who think with the right side of their brain are less likely to have savings and more likely to run up credit card debts, as they're generally more impulsive people.
By comparison, people who use the left side of their brain are likely to be deeper thinkers and contemplate what to do with their finances more logically.
The research was carried out by Professor Karen Pine of Hertfordshire University and she revealed that right-sided thinkers are twice as likely to just pay off the minimum on their credit cards compared to their left-thinking brethren.