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Common & Uncommon Saving, The Guardian Way: Food

April 23rd, 2018

One of the more common methods of draining your wallet or purse, spending money on food has proven to be the downfall of many people who try to save or take care of existing debt. The problem happens when you try to use your expendable income on lunches or dinner everyday. It might be more […]


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What’s the Best Way to Use Your Tax Return?

April 23rd, 2018

The days are getting warmer and April is almost done. For most this means spring is on the way (although technically it should have been spring already), but for some this also means the dreaded tax time deadline. Getting your taxes taken care of can result in the wonderful feeling of receiving a refund when […]


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What Can Debt Do To Your Health?

March 14th, 2018

Debt can be a large undertaking depending on how much you’re dealing with. For the average American, debt can range in the thousands. This can make paying off debt a major issue. An individual’s debt-to-income ratio can become too much to handle. When your earnings are overshadowed by your debt, it can be easy to […]


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Beware the Pitfalls of Unnecessary Debt

March 14th, 2018

There are many instances in which debt can become a terrible detriment to your finances. While some of the underlying issues can be quite serious (as is the case with medical bills or utilities), others can be deemed as unnecessary in comparison. The worst thing is that it might be tied into your way of […]


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Retiring With Debt

February 27th, 2018

Paying off large portions of debt at any point in life can be tedious. Big payments being due can be detrimental for anyone just looking to make ends meet. However, this is made doubly so when you factor in retirement. Is it possible to make debt payments on a regular basis with a retiree’s income? […]


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How to Unveil Your Debt (to Your Loved One)

January 31st, 2018

Generally speaking, debt is a private matter that should only involve others if absolutely necessary. However, there are instances when you do have to let others know what your finances are like. This can involve your loved ones, you significant other or even others that you might not even think about. The only issue that […]


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How To Make Sense of the New Financial Offerings

January 29th, 2018

Recently there have been many new offerings in the world of money and finances. The biggest buzzword has been cryptocurrency, or digital forms of currency. The most notable story in regards to this trend being the boom (and bust) of bitcoin. With what was a passing mention now becoming the talk of the town, everyone […]


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New Year, End of Your Debt

January 16th, 2018

With the end of the year coming around, there are multiple things that people look to take care of. Whether it’s your weight or that dream that you’ve been putting off all year, there is something that you’re compelled to take care of more so at the end of the year. One thing that most […]


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How Can Debt Affect Your Life?

January 9th, 2018

The amount of things you can do in your life can is overwhelming. When you’re uninhibited by money issues, the world can be your playground. All of that changes if you throw debt into the mix. When you owe money to a creditor and it become an issue, debt can become a physical barrier, stopping […]


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Can Debt Turn Into a Business?

January 3rd, 2018

When it comes to debt, most people would rather not deal with it. In general, large amounts of debt can be a hassle no matter how you look at it. But this can be especially true for those with medical debt. There happens to be a lot of money in debt collection companies, and unfortunately […]


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