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Why Is Everyone Talking About Debt These Days?

August 22nd, 2017

In the past few years people have been talking about debt nearly nonstop. Charts and studies have been erected to monitor even the slightest movement in personal debt. Everything from credit cards and personal loans to even utility bills has been dissected and likened to how we spend money as a country. But why is […]


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The Difference Between Company Debt and Personal Debt

August 16th, 2017

There’s a big reason that personal debt is talked about much more than business or company debts. It’s much more important to the individual than anything else. Personal debt can seriously hinder a person’s financial ability. However, for those who own and run businesses, the line between personal debt and company debt can be hard […]


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How the National Debt Affects You

August 10th, 2017

With the way the national debt is rising recently, it might have more of an affect on you than you think. There is a real risk of the economy needing help and the American people being caught up in the middle of it all. One of the main problems that can arise from such an […]


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How Can Debt Affect a Business Owner

August 9th, 2017

Not unlike a regular Joe who doesn’t own a business, debt can have an adverse effect on you if left unchecked. The main difference between the two situations (owning a business and not) is that the business debts can be a little more complicated to handle. The extra complication being that there’s an additional entity […]


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How Has Debt Collection Been Affected?

August 1st, 2017

Debt collectors can be some of the most intimidating individuals in the world. Regardless of what they look to collect on, they can be perceived as forceful to the point of bullying. The only thing that people who have debt need to know is that even debt collectors have limits. There are boundaries that debt […]


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What Happens to Debt When You Die

July 27th, 2017

Some things can last forever. Unfortunately that counts for debt as well. The end of someone’s life doesn’t necessarily mean the end of that person’s debt. There are some instances in which the debt doesn’t actually get passed down, but if the situation should arise it pays to know whether it affects you or not. […]


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Better Ways to Handle Medical Debt

July 26th, 2017

In recent years medical debt has seen an increase, taking its place as the greatest amount of debt in the average household (overtaking things like credit card debt and personal loan debt. The worst thing about medical debt is how quickly it can take over your financial situation as soon as it pops up, A […]


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Overall Debt is On a Downward Trend, How To Keep It That Way

July 10th, 2017

According to the most recent report from the New York Federal Bank, overall household debt has been steadily decreasing over the past few years. The different parts that make up overall debt (auto loans, credit cards, mortgages, home equity lines of credit, student loans, and all other more minor forms of debt) have been slowly […]


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Unsuspected Methods of Accruing Debt

June 30th, 2017

When debts begin to grow out of control, it might fall until you’re forced to look at your finances in a different light. There are many known ways to get into debt and mostly without much being different in your financial habits. However, there are some things that can be added to your spending (either […]


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Guardian Debt Relief Announces 2016-2017 Scholarship Winners

June 28th, 2017

Guardian Debt Relief is proud to announce the five winners of its annual scholarship. This year’s five $1,000 winners of the Guardian Debt Relief Scholarship are Alexandra Pirsos from New Jersey, Kayla Myers from Pennsylvania, Candace Jensen from South Carolina, Lydia James from Ohio, and Michael Van Wyk from Virginia. “This scholarship means the world […]


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