Debt and Relationships

Strategies for Tenants to Avoid Evictions

Some areas of the country currently have COVID-related eviction moratoriums, but others are carrying on with business as usual. As such, many landlords who are dealing with residents who cannot or are not paying rent may be considering evictions. These are typically a... read more

Cosigning A Loan – All You Need To Know

When it comes to borrowing money, having good credit is an absolute must. But many people do not, so they must pursue alternative options when they want to take out a loan. One way to do this to have someone else cosign a loan. While this may seem of little... read more

Overspending in the Post-Pandemic Era and Strategies to Avoid It

The COVID-19 pandemic forced people to limit socialization, and very few people were prepared for just how significant this change would be. A byproduct of this forced isolation is that many Americans ended up saving more money than usual. However, now that pandemic... read more

Bitcoin Debit and Credit Cards – All You Need To Know

Cryptocurrency is becoming a greater part of mainstream discussions these days, and Bitcoin in particular has been making headlines. More and more individuals are investing in Bitcoin, and it is gradually becoming accepted as a valid alternative payment method. With... read more

Credit Guard Your Debt Ultimate Solution

Financial distress is not an experience anyone wishes to be into. Unfortunately, due to the nature of needs and scarcity of resources, it occurred to us; That many people and companies find themselves at longer heads with the financial lending company due to unpaid or... read more

Financial Tips for A Single Mother

Single mothers are an immovable force; they are our home doctors, servants, sisters, and best friends. They take care of you when you are lying sick on the bed, comfort us during our downtimes. They are our front liners in every sense of the word, the full-time... read more

How Birth Order Affects Your Success

Sibling rivalry is often a fixture of life. Siblings lie in the clinch as they sit down for dinner, each struggling for the attention and admiration of their parents. Have you ever wondered how your birth order can determine your success? Birth order is the dynamic... read more

Using Retirement to Pay off Debt

Using retirement funds to pay off your debt can sometimes be the most financially sound course of action, and sometimes it can lead to more problems down the road. When using money that you withdraw early from a 410(k), IRA or other retirement assets to pay down any... read more

How To Talk To Your Children About Debt And Savings

As parents, we try to prepare our children for the world. We pass on concepts like the importance of education and the power of charity work. When it comes to more taboo subjects, it can be challenging to get the conversation started. One such taboo talking point is... read more

How Much Should I Spend on an Engagement & Wedding Ring?

If you’re wondering how much you should spend on an engagement and wedding ring, there one thing you need to know right now. The two month’s pay rule DeBeers made this rule up to sell diamonds. This “rule” has no more validity than any other arbitrary recommendation.... read more

The Psychological Effects of Debt

There is no doubt that money has an effect on every aspect of our lives, and for most of us, debt is a common consequence simply of living. Whether debt comes from student loans, medical bills or everyday spending necessities, being financially indebted can not only... read more

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... 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.