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A guide to personal loan and its purpose.

Posted by on Jun 3, 2019 in News & Updates

There is a wide array of reasons why you would want to borrow some money from a bank or any money lending entity. However, unlike in a standard loan where you have a specific reason for borrowing money (for example in a car loan – you get a car loan for buying a car) you obtain a personal loan for almost any purpose. In a personal loan, one borrows an amount of money for a specified period at a fixed interest rate and pays a fixed monthly payment. There are secured personal loans, but unsecured ones are the ones more often used. Secured personal loans will require some collateral for security on the part of the lender, whether in the form of a down payment or some other asset. Unsecured personal loans, on the other hand, do not require any. Consequently, interest rates on secured personal loans are lower compared to unsecured personal loans. Higher risk for non-payment is imposed on the part of the lender in unsecured loans, thus the higher rates. Moreover, because of these higher interest rates, the overall cost of the loan also becomes higher. As the interest on unsecured loans not being tax deductible, the interest rates also become higher compared to other kinds...

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Everything You Need To Know About Loans

Posted by on Mar 28, 2013 in News & Updates

Financial hardship is a very difficult thing to go through, and if you are facing these circumstances, you may need fast cash. For some consumers, a loan can be the way to go. Keep reading for some helpful insights into loans, what you should look out for and how to make the best choice. Do not allow a lender to talk you into using a new loan to pay off the balance of your previous debt. You will get stuck paying the fees on not just the first loan, but the second as well. They can quickly talk you into doing this time and time again until you pay them more than five times what you had initially borrowed in just fees. If you are in need of fast cash, and are looking into cash advance loans, you should always avoid taking out more than one loan at a time. While it might be tempting to go to different lenders, it will be much harder to pay back the loans, if you have many of them. Make sure to stay updated with any rule changes with regards to your loan lender. Legislation is always being passed that changes how lenders are allowed to operate so make sure you understand...

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Are You Prepared For Credit Card?

Posted by on Feb 14, 2013 in News & Updates

Whether it is your first credit card or your tenth, there are several things that should be considered before and after you get your credit card. The following article will help you to avoid the many mistakes that so many consumers make when they open a credit card account. Read on for some useful credit card tips. Shred old credit card receipts and statements. You can easily purchase an inexpensive home office shredder to handle this task. Those receipts and statements, often contain your credit card number, and if a dumpster diver happened to get hold of that number, they could use your card without your knowledge. Shop different credit cards before applying to find out the perks each offers. Some offer roadside assistance, while others offer airline perks, like free baggage check. Some will also offer buyer protections, above and beyond what a store offers. Depending on your buying habits, one credit card may offer perks that fit you best. Transferring a credit card balance from a high interest credit card to a card where the rate is less, can save you money every month. Credit card companies offer special introductory rates to attract new business to their credit cards. If you take advantage of one of these...

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Advice On Personal Finance

Posted by on Jan 18, 2013 in News & Updates

Economic times are hard, and you’re not alone if you’re feeling the effects of the economy on your personal pocketbook. While financial problems can be devastating and worrying, they are not permanent. Below are tips to help guide you on personal financing so you can get out of debt and/or start planning for the future. Don’t throw away money! If you have an item you no longer want, don’t just toss it. Look online or in your local newspapers “for sale” ads to find out what it might be worth then advertise it for sale. If you have quite a few items, have a yard sale. You have spent money to obtain your items, you shouldn’t lose money when you are finished with them. Since you are already paying for them, make the most of all your employment benefits. That could mean going to the doctor and using your prescription card every time you feel under the weather instead of putting it off until the issue causes you to miss days of unpaid work. That could also mean making the maximum matched contribution. To keep yourself committed to saving, earmark the money for an important purpose and set a specific goal. It is far easier to feel good about...

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