Bankruptcy and Student Loans

FAFSA Tips That Will Help You Get Financial Aid

Applying for funding may seem like an endless process of filling in forms. The process begins with the FAFSA or Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The single application prepares the conditions for the entire credit process. So the more you know in advance, the... read more

Defaulting On Your Student Loans. What Happens Next?

Higher education has taken a heavy toll on students around the country, leading many people to question whether a degree is still worth the price. To date, our collective student debt has reached an astounding amount of $1.16 trillion, $31 billion higher than last... read more

How a 10-year Old Child Makes More Money Than an Average College Student?

College students are struggling today, with the rising cost of tuition fees, and other college expenses. Because you are younger, you will have to pay more for certain insurance premiums. And when you go to college, you have less time to work and earn money. With so... read more

Bank Marketing Strategies to Attract More Customers

In the early days. it was small radios and toasters, then home equipment and milkshakes, now it’s all about Visa gift cards and Gadgets. Many consumers are attracted by the new perks offered by various banks, and opening a new checking account or savings account... read more

How to file Bankruptcy: A step-by-step Guide

Nowadays, there’s been a whole lot more filling than we’ve ever seen before. We are all led to believe that filing for bankruptcy is a means to solve our debt problems, but it is not. People are often unaware of what bankruptcy is because they have no information... read more

Is Student Loan Consolidation Worth It?

Along with the astronomical rise in tuition costs, the burden of student loans, and the cost of tuition fees have risen. If you are having trouble keeping up with your student loans, you may be thinking about consolidating your credit and forgiving your loans. Lending... read more

5 Ways To Avoid Bankruptcy

Every year, tens of thousands of US citizens struggle to avoid bankruptcy for a variety of reasons, from medical bills to irresponsible loans. Whatever the reason for the financial uncertainty, dealing with these issues can help you maintain a decent credit rating and... read more

Reverse Mortgages And Bankruptcy: What To Know

If you file for bankruptcy, the far-reaching impact on your life may be greater than you imagine. Not only are you potentially bankrupt, but bankruptcy can also prevent you from receiving loan payments from your reverse mortgage. Learn how bankruptcy and repayment of... read more

Alternatives To Student Loans

Aspiring students face many challenges when they decide to go to college and apply for student loans. There are many choices to be made when deciding which secondary school to go to, and the types of schools can have an impact on the different forms of funding... read more

Saving For College Tuition

Saving for your child’s school future, saving for tuition fees is a big goal, but it’s probably just another financial goal on your list. Unfortunately, there is a lot of talk about saving and saving to save for children’s schools in the future, but... read more

Surviving Student Loan Debt

Student loans may be a necessity for a college degree, but they can be crippling for young adults fresh out of school. Graduates can survive without student loans, according to a new study from the University of California, Berkeley School of Law. Student loan debt... read more
Surviving Student Loan Debt

Surviving Student Loan Debt

Student loans may be a necessity for finishing college, but they can be crippling for a young adult fresh out of school. Let’s look at some ways for graduates to survive student loan debt. Student loan debt has now crossed the trillion-dollar mark, leaving more people... 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.