Three Month Cash Advances
You're probably familiar with the regular type of payday loan; where you are loaned cash for a very short-term - just until you get your next paycheck. Now, a new type of payday advance has been introduced by One Hundred Day Loans - an instant cash advance that dooesn't need to be repayed for 100 days (about three months) Read More...
Tell Us Your Experiences with Online Loans
If you have taken out an online cash advance or debt consolidation loan in the last two years; we would love to hear from you! How did it go? Do you feel like you got a fair deal? Did the company treat you well?
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Rising Interest Rates and Online Credit
There are differences of opinion as to the timing; but most would agree that interest rates are on the way up. What will be the effect on credit on the internet and how soon will we see cost increases?
Online loan companies are not very subject to small differences in interest rates as they typically charge high enough rates (compared to banks) that small interest rate increases don't make a big impact. However, significant increases in interest rates would inevitably result in higher borrowing costs. But usually, you should not see small rate changes occurring as frequently as you would with a bank.
Don't Keep Renewing Payday Loans
If you get a payday advance it can be tempting to renew the loan at the end of the term, instead of paying it back. This is never a good idea as you would probably end up paying quite a bit of money towards fees and interests. An online cash advance can be a lifesaver but you should always be sure to repay the loan in full at the end of the term.
If you need more than the usual 2 weeks or so to pay back the credit you receive, then look at companies like 100 Day Loans or other financial institutions that offer short term personal loans.
State Offers Low-Interest Loans for Students
Need a loan for college? Connecticut's higher education supplemental loan program has $37.8 million in new loan money for the upcoming academic year. The interest rate — 5.95 percent — is the lowest in five years, and third-lowest since 1990.
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Easier Access to Credit to Help Drive Auto Sales
All of Detroit knows all too well that car and truck sales for 2011 will stall if the U.S. economy stops accelerating. But auto sales depend heavily on the ability of consumers to borrow, too. Read more...