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Consumer Financing

Making the Choice of Credit Unions vs Banks (Pros and Cons)

This article describes in detail about the various benefits of the credit unions and the banks and the differences between the same.

Small Business

About Fixed Rate Secured Loans for Businesses

If you need to borrow money for your business, a fixed rate secured loan may provide you with the best borrowing option.

Loans

Personal Loans and Borrowing Limitations

A personal loan can be used for a variety of reasons and can be obtained through many banks and credit unions. Most lenders have a minimum amount that they will lend with a maximum amount in place too.

Loans

What You Need to Know About Personal Loans

Sometimes you need to borrow money without a reason. Or at least a reason that your banker won’t care about.

Consumer Financing

How to Obtain a Personal Loan

Tweet Certainly, your bank may want to know what the funds will be used for as one condition for receiving credit, but you can typically find a lender that will

Money Management

What You Need to Know About Credit Unions

Tweet Should you put your money in a credit union? Unlike most banks, credit unions are member-owned financial institutions and are democratically controlled by its members. Credit unions exist to

Consumer Financing

No Credit Auto Loans: Are They Possible?

Tweet You want to get an auto loan but realize your lack of a solid credit history may stand in the way. Although having established credit is certainly a good

Autos Express

Automotive Financing, Done Right

Tweet Much has been made in the news of automotive financing lately, as several American car manufacturers drop leasing as a purchase option and raise the credit requirement for people

Consumer Tips

Save Money, But Not At Your Bank

Tweet Consumers who want to save their future, are in a bind these days. Hammered by the stock market, seeing the financial crisis eat into their savings, and still wanting

Consumer Tips

What You Need To Know About The FDIC And Your Money

Tweet The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) was created in 1933 to provide deposit insurance for America’s banking system. Reporting directly to the federal government, the FDIC was put into