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New Year’s Resolutions for Paying Off Credit Card Debt

The holidays have come to an end, and with the excess of food and spending, most people’s credit card statements aren’t looking very pretty. In true traditional form, the beginning of the year is the time for setting goals we’d like to achieve. While losing weight is the reigning king of New Year’s resolutions, getting […]

3 Tips to Help Prevent Debt from Affecting Your Marriage

Money may not buy happiness, but it can ruin a marriage since couples who argue over finances are found to be at a higher risk of divorce. In fact, studies show that couples who argue over debt at least once a month may increase their risk of divorce by up to 40 percent Your time […]

Divorce and Debt: 4 Things You Need to Know

Going through a divorce is never easy. On top of the dissolution of a partnership you thought would last forever, there’s the taxing task of dividing your assets and choosing who gets what. And when it comes to the division of debt, things get even harder. If you and your partner are considering divorce, here […]

Single Mothers and Budgeting Advice (Part 2)

In a two-part series devoted to single mothers, we asked various mommy bloggers and financial experts to share their unique perspective on finances and how they found ways to save. If you haven’t yet, take a look at part 1 here. Then check out part 2 below: CG: Do you use any valuable resources for […]

Single Mothers and Budgeting Advice (Part 1)

In a two-part series devoted to single mothers, we asked various mommy bloggers and financial experts to share their unique perspective on finances and how they found ways to save. Update: Check out Part 2 of this series here! Check out the interviews below: CreditGuard (CG): What is a good solution for a difficult challenge […]

Infographic: Single Mothers on a Budget

Spread the word – share this infographic! Single mothers are an unmovable force—they are our caretakers, our doctors, our servers, our sisters and our daughters. They take care of us when we’re sick, and they pamper us when we’re down. They are the white-collar workers, the part-time workers, and the stay-at-home supermoms. More than 80 […]

Are You a Cheap Date or a Cheapskate?

Frugality may be a desired trait in a business partner or an accountant, but it isn’t exactly sexy. Even if your current financial situation sends you digging under your couch cushions to tip the pizza guy, you can still take someone on a decent date without being a cheapskate. Here are a few tips to […]

Does Your Order of Birth Determine Your Net Worth?

Siblings compete over all sorts of things. From seconds at dinner to wrestling over the attention and admiration of their parents, siblings are always at odds with each other. And though we all know how birth order has some sort of impact on one’s personality, did you know it can also determine how much money […]

Everything Newlyweds Need to Know About Debt

Marriage can be a life-defining event. It’s a major undertaking, and plenty of things can get lost in the shuffle. Unfortunately, many newlyweds experience financial struggles which, if not addressed early on, can worsen. In fact, tension over credit card debt and other financial obligations is the single biggest cause of divorce in the U.S. […]

Why Credit Scores May Differ Between Generations

Recent studies show that credit scores differ wildly not just among different income brackets or education levels, but from generation to generation as well. The information gleaned from these surveys has shone a new light on the subject of maintaining good credit, and it has encouraged financial experts to take a closer look at the […]