Credit Counseling

How to Find a Credit Counselor

How to Find a Credit Counselor

We live in the information age, and sometimes too much information can be overwhelming. When searching for a credit counselor you may find conflicting information, or you might be unsure where to even start. Let’s look at some of the more important things to keep in... read more
What Does A Credit Counselor Do?

What Does A Credit Counselor Do?

Most Americans will experience debt at some point in our lives. Consumer credit counseling services are there to help those individuals who have overextended their credit. Ideally, these services are there to help you regain financial stability and to put you on the... read more
Is Debt Consolidation A Good Idea?

Is Debt Consolidation A Good Idea?

What Is Debt Consolidation? As of 2018, nearly 80% of Americans, across all generational demographics, carry some type of debt. Whether that debt comes from student loans, mortgages, credit card debt, auto loans or medical debt, more Americans are looking for ways to... read more

6 Ways to Find Financial Help if You Lose Your Job

Resources for the Unemployed Losing your job can be stressful and frightening, even if you were expecting it to happen. Being without work for even a short length of time when already in debt can have devastating effects on your financial situation. Fortunately,... read more
4 Signs You Need to Call a Credit Counselor Before It’s Too Late

4 Signs You Need to Call a Credit Counselor Before It’s Too Late

Are you worried you may need help? Here are a few warning signs that might just confirm that fear. Fear of the Calendar At the end of the money, is there more month that you can afford? Many people struggling with debt are spending more than they bring home each... read more
Financial Procrastination

Financial Procrastination

Are you living with debt problems? Are you a procrastinator? You’re not alone. Despite recent upticks in the economy, Americans are more in debt than ever.

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Frugal Family: Buying New vs Used

Frugal Family: Buying New vs Used

One of the best and easiest ways to save money for your family is to buy used items whenever possible. In most cases, you’ll be just as happy with the item and get just as much functionality as you would with a new one for a fraction of the cost. While there are many great household items that are perfectly fine when bought used, there are a few items that you should never buy unless it’s new. Read on to find out how to make the best budget-friendly decisions about buying new vs. used.

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Spring Cleaning | 3 Household Items to Sell for Cash

Spring Cleaning | 3 Household Items to Sell for Cash

Easy ways to turn your unwanted household items into extra funds The spring season brings a much-needed feeling of revitalization after winter’s long snowy months. One way to bring that sensation into your home is with a spring cleaning. This doesn’t just mean... read more

How to Get Collections Agents to Stop Calling!

Living with extreme debt is an all-encompassing experience. It can feel like there is never rest from your ballooning financial obligation. Every hour is filled with dread as your owed accumulated amount grows. It’s not uncommon to have difficult feelings during this... read more

Debt Management Programs: What to Know

Between attractive credit card offers and quick financial fixes, anyone can easily find themselves under a sea of debt. If you find yourself struggling under high monthly payments and harassing calls from credit collection agencies, know you’re not alone. Northwestern... read more

Debt Settlement vs. Bankruptcy: What to Know

Debt Settlement Does Not Apply to: Mortgages Auto Loans Student Loans The Dangers of Debt Settlement The Center for Responsible Lending offers that most people seeking debt settlement would need a minimum of four accounts to find any benefit from the process.... read more

The Benefits of Credit Counseling

When people want to control their debt and get familiar with the pitfalls of accumulating too much debt, credit-counseling organizations offer them proper guidance. A credit counseling company is the one, which helps people to get rid of huge piles of debt through... read more

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Also See…

For more information on debt consolidation, please visit:

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.