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3 Strategies for Dealing with Holiday Debt

  The holiday season is a festive time of year filled with valuable family time and an endless supply of unforgettable memories. For many, these feelings of seasonal happiness may have caused you to lose control of your holiday spending. There is nothing to be embarrassed about; you’re not the only one. Many Americans struggle […]

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 time. Things are not made more comfortable with the introduction of collection agency […]

Managing Credit Card Debt in Retirement

It is increasingly likely that many Americans will enter retirement with some form of credit card debt. The average credit card debt among U.S. households in 2017 was $6,375, with the average credit card debt of those just entering retirement age at $7,550, according to Experian’s annual study on the state of credit and debt […]

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 money, especially debt and savings. It is […]

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. Moreover, working with a debt settlement doesn’t offer any guarantees. Not all lenders […]

What is the Difference Between a Personal Loan & Home Equity Loan?

Are you considering taking out a home equity loan? Or a personal loan? Learn more about these and how they’re different. Secured vs. Unsecured Loans Secured loans are tied to an asset. Loans like these include auto loans and mortgage loans. A home equity loan is like this. Instead of a standard mortgage, a home […]

Shared Ownership of Things

Note: CreditGUARD does not promote the indiscriminate sharing of your possessions. If you choose to be neighborly and lend things out, make sure that there’s accountability. You should never lend out valuable equipment to someone you don’t trust or don’t know well. Always be responsible and discerning. CreditGUARD is not responsible for any unreturned property. […]

America’s Debt Crisis

As of March 2018, the U.S. national debt topped $21 trillion. Let that sink in for a minute. Comparably, the total household consumer debt in the U.S.A. was $13.5 trillion at the same time. The biggest ticket item comprising consumer debt in America? Mortgages. Next in line are credit cards. U.S. consumers have racked up […]

4 Ways To Become A Frugal Guru: The Link Between Spending And Emotions

  Why do we spend money? The answer might not be as simple as it seems. Obviously, we must acquire what is necessary to live our lives—food, water, shelter, clothing—but at some point, spending has the capacity to take on another role, an emotional role. When our emotions become involved, we spend money for many […]

Living With Intention: Overcoming Popular Money Myths

  Everyone likes the idea of becoming financially free. So, why don’t more people achieve financial freedom? Let’s take a look at the picture of American consumer debt. According to 2016 data, the current outstanding revolving consumer debt in the United States is $952 billion. If you’re like many, you may be wondering how you […]