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10 Fun Activities For Kids

Do you often buy overpriced toys for kids even if you cannot afford them? Children spend too much time in front of glowing screens and too little time playing outdoors. These 10 fun-filled activities will let your child interact with the non-electronic world at a low... read more

5 Most Common Tax-Filing Mistakes to Avoid

Wrong Filing Status Currently, the IRS divides individuals into five groups, according to their tax status and their requirements for tax returns: 1. Single, 2. Head of Household, 3. Qualifying Widow/Widower with Dependent Children, Married Filing Jointly; and 5.... read more

Here’s How You Can Turn Your $5 Into $1.5 Million

You’re probably skeptical about reading this article, right? Well, let me make everything clear and dispel any suspicion or disbelief. In this article, we’re about to show you how you can make $1.5 million from $5 a day. No scams, tricks, or other measures are needed,... read more

Buy Now, Pay Later: The New Debt Trap for Gen Z

Generation Z, or Gen Z for short, is defined as those who were born after 1997. Research by Harris Interactive estimates that America’s youth, Generation Z, is running a $1.5 billion budget deficit in today’s economy. Harris Interactive breaks down... read more

Cosigning a Loan? Here’s What You Should Know

Have you ever been approached by a family member or a close friend co-sign for their loan? If you are considering doing someone a favor, you should arm yourself with this guide to avoid the worst-case scenario. Read to find who to cosign for a loan and what’s in it... read more

What You Should Know About Payday Lending

Payday loans can seem like a financial quicksand – fast and short-term solution for people who need emergency cash. Payday lenders have sprung up everywhere in an attempt to persuade you into lending cash. In recent years, the government has unraveled the... read more

Starting a Retirement Fund: Planning & Saving for Retirement

As part of our ongoing series about savings, clever spending, and retirement planning, we have collaborated with the best financial experts from around the world. How much do you currently have saved for retirement? Most Americans rely on a paycheck to supplement... read more

Overcoming Your Debt

Debt clock has reached unprecedented levels and continues to grow each year. Here is how debt is affecting Americans today. Survey shows that Americans are more likely to suffer from financial stress than heart attacks, strokes, and diabetes. It is a dangerous, silent... read more

America’s Debt Crisis

Let’s forget that for a minute: in March 2018, the US national debt was over $21 trillion. The US National Debt, “US Treasury’s annual report on the state of the US national debt, March 2017. By comparison, at the same time, total household debt in... read more
Budgeting for Teenagers: A Complete Guide

Budgeting for Teenagers: A Complete Guide

Step 1: Develop a Money Mindset If you’re like 90% of young people, there are older people who try to speak to you about money, starting with a monologue about how “if you just save and invest this dollar amount now, you can retire younger. Because compound interest.”... read more
13 Surprising Jobs that Offer Free Housing

13 Surprising Jobs that Offer Free Housing

Before we discuss the types of jobs that provide free or subsidized housing, we’d like to take a quick moment to note that CreditGUARD does not offer career counseling or advice about what jobs or living situations are best for you. As always, please use your best... read more
Do You Need Renter’s Insurance?

Do You Need Renter’s Insurance?

If you’re a renter and you value your possessions, you should absolutely invest in renter’s insurance. Read on to learn more about what renter’s insurance means for you and your home. What is Renter’s Insurance? What Does Renter’s Insurance Cost? What Does Renter’s... read more

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