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What Is a Debt Management Plan?

The best option, when you are in a tight financial condition and want to get rid of unsecured debt, is a debt management plan. Reputable financial institutions in the United States offer debt management services by studying the overall financial situations of the... read more

How to Use Online Debt Consolidation for Your Benefit

The skyrocketing debt amounts are resulting in stress and anxiety among the people in the United States. At an average rate, American citizens are laden with the burden of about $16,000, to pay down their national debt. Various debt relief services have the solutions... read more

How To Choose The Right Credit Counseling Agency

Millions of Americans are debt strapped as the country faces a decade of economic deflation. The debt treadmill is rolling and the prospects of fiscal austerity and runaway inflation proves ruinous for an average household financial stability. Everyday Credit... read more

Back to School: Credit Concerns for College Students

College undergraduates are back in school and will soon be starting their credit “rite of passage” by applying for credit cards and student loans. These young adults are expected to become responsible managers of their own financial future. Are these college students... read more

Thinking About Cosigning a Loan? Read this First!

Are you wondering if cosigning will hurt your credit? Well, if you’ve never cosigned a loan, you’re probably wondering what this would mean for you. If you’re contemplating doing this as a favor for someone, arm yourself with the knowledge to avoid a... read more

Truth about Payday Lending

In the past decade or so, there has been a lot of advertising on short-term cash solutions and you may have noticed countless “Payday Lenders” pop up in almost every neighborhood strip mall. Nowadays, there are more payday lenders across the United States than... read more

Minimum Credit Card Payments on the Rise

Federal regulators are pressuring major credit card companies to increase the current minimum credit card payments from 2% to 4% of the total outstanding balances. The regulators argue that taking such a step would help consumers get out of debt sooner and hence... read more

After the Hurricanes: Long Term Disaster Assistance Programs

After hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma ravaged the coastal regions of the U.S. many people are still unable to find their grounds and get back to normal lives. The damage caused by these hurricanes to people’s homes, livelihoods, automobiles and personal... read more

How did all that debt get there?

Boca Raton, FL—Credit Card Debt is at epidemic proportions. It affects more Americans each year than heart attack, stroke, and diabetes combined. It is a dangerous “silent killer” carried by most Americans. How did all that debt get there? For Sarah C., “it all... read more

Buy Now, Pay Later: Generation Y’s Budget Deficit

Research from Harris Interactive estimates that America’s youth, Generation Y, has a total $175.1 billion dollar per year spending power in today’s economy. Based on a June 2003 study that interviewed over 3,500 pre-teens, teens and young adults with their parents,... read more

Gasoline Prices: Filling Up On The Card

The recent rise of gasoline prices has consumers searching for ways to save. Credit card companies have responded to this need by introducing gas rebate credit cards. When consumers make gas purchases, they get 2% – 6% gas rebates. Additionally, many of these... read more

Gasoline Credit Cards: What You Need to Know

Soaring gas prices predicted to remain in the high range throughout the year have forced consumers to find their own remedies to ease the pain at the pump. Credit cards that offer cash back are becoming increasingly popular with consumers who are searching for savvy... read more

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Why Choose CreditGuard? Learn what sets our debt consolidation services apart from the rest and how we can help you take control of your debt.

The Ultimate Debt Survival Guide. Need some practical advice for dealing with debt? You’ve come to the right place. This free downloadable guide can teach you the basics of managing debt (and more).

Is Debt Settlement a Good Idea? Debt settlement and debt consolidation are not the same. Learn more about the process (and consequences) of settling your debts before going down that path.