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Latest Financial News that Affects You
Jul 7, 2020 Shop for a Car Loan Online Save Time and Money Car loans in America. Find your next car loan by comparing four offers from hundreds of desperate lenders who want your business. Car loans have an average life of about three years so car loan lenders have to continuously replace paid off car loans with new loans. Thus they will make you the best offer they can for your car loan.
Jun 29, 2020 Bad Credit Personal Loans - Auto Loans - Credit Cards Has COVID-19 put you in a bad financial situation? We know that it's the people who are struggling that really need the personal loans, not just those with perfect credit histories who are paying their bills on time. A perfect credit history simply isn't possible for many American households, especially in times like these. No matter how well you've planned your budget and spending strategies, you can still have an unexpected car repair or other emergency when you already living paycheck to paycheck. More info...
Jun 24, 2020 Get ready: another massive wave of layoffs is about to hit the US economy July will see more layoffs. Equity markets may not see it, but July is likely to see a resumption in layoffs stemming from the COVID-19 induced recession, as Payroll Protection Program (PPP) funds run out.
PPP funds only supplied businesses with eight weeks of payroll funding, and many firms put people back on payroll even if they did not actually recall them to work. More info...
Jun 17, 2020 Need Money Fast? Get a low cost personal loan. Did you run up your credit cards during the last few months? Apply for a personal loan at a low-interest rate and get the money you need to pay the rent or pay of your credit cards. Personal loans can be used for any purpose and the interest rate is much lower than credit cards. Apply now. More info...
May 7, 2020 What You Should Know Before You Request Mortgage Forbearance Dima Williams Even if loan servicers have been offering forbearance under the federal CARES Act � and a slew of clarifying rules by the government-sponsored enterprises Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac � for about six weeks now, confusion persists among borrowers.
"With millions more Americans filing for unemployment over the week, the level of job market distress continues to worsen,� said Mike Fratantoni, MBA's senior vice president and chief economist, in a press statement. "That is why we expect that the share of loans in forbearance will continue to grow, particularly as new mortgage payments come due in May." More info...
May 7, 2020 Here's what to do when you are out of work and the bills are piling up Robert Exley Jr. And if you are recently unemployed, Andrew Prignitz, a certified financial planner, says the key to budgeting in these uncertain times is to know where to focus your energy.
Prignitz says that no one can predict how long it will take for things to recover, and the economy isn�t what you should be worried about right now. "The mindset that we teach to our clients is to focus on controlling what you can control," he says.
Being proactive also is important. Prignitz recommends you contact all of your creditors and see if they can help. More info...