Free and low-cost tools to get the cash you need

11

Free and low-cost tools to get the cash you need

11
We’ve all been there: an unexpected expense has left you short at the end of the month. You are in danger of dipping into an expensive overdraft and just need some cash to help you out until you get paid. A cash advance app can be the perfect solution. You can even find apps to loan you some cash free of charge. Let’s dive into your cash advance options. Top Cash Advance App PockBox.com Get it now PockBox is the perfect app to get cash advances of up to $2,500 in minutes. The process is sleek and straightforward. You will just have to give some information about yourself.The PockBox app should then connect you to the best lender possible and approve you in a matter of minutes. Go to Website Get paid early Yes, you can get an advance on your pay – but why is this a good idea?...
Read More
Did you try out the Dave app because you were looking for pay advance apps? Are you wondering if there are other apps like Dave because either you were not happy with their app or you’re looking for more money than the amount which they currently offer? Well, you came to the right place! In this article, we will give you an overview of the 5 different alternatives that you have. PockBox App If you need more money than the $100 advance that Dave can provide, the PockBox.com app could be a good solution. It allows you to get a personal loan as soon as tomorrow for up to $2,500 (or borrow as little as $100).The whole process is online and quite sleek (you will be asked a bunch of questions). All credit types are considered. PockBox is connected to more than 50 online and offline lenders, which means that...
Read More
Student loan refinancing means swapping your current student loans for a new loan with a lower interest rate. That could save you big money over time. When you refinance, a lender pays off your existing loans with a new one at a lower interest rate. That will save you money in the long run — and from the very first payment. Here’s how much you can save: When to refinance student loans depends on whether you’ll find a rate that makes a difference in your life. A $30,000 private student loan with an 8% interest rate, for example, will give you a $364 monthly payment over 10 years. Refinancing to a 10-year loan term at 5% interest will save you $5,494 in total and $46 per month — enough to make a dent in an electricity, cable or phone bill.
Read More
11
This article is part of the Overdrafting in the United States report America’s current political climate is fraught, tense and deeply partisan. Arguments flair up daily over events national and international, each side staunch in its take. But when it comes to personal finance, can Americans agree? When it comes to, say, national overdraft habits, do Americans feel Washington has their backs? OverdraftApps.com surveyed 1,009 people ages 18 to 71 from 46 of the United States (excluding Wyoming, Vermont, Alaska and Hawaii) about their overdraft habits (that is, spending more than they actually have in their checking accounts and subsequently paying fees) to answer exactly these questions. Nearly half of respondents (49%) bank with a large corporate bank such as Bank of America or CitiBank, approximately 22% use a credit union, 22% use a local bank and 7% use an online-only bank like Simple. Among our findings, we discovered both...
Read More
11
This article is part of the Overdrafting in the United States report “According to a recent report,” said Seth Meyers on the “Jokes Seth Can’t Tell” segment of “Late Night With Seth Meyers” in late 2017, “gay men earn more money than straight men. Because straight men work but gay men weeeeeeerrrrrkkkk.” Meyers was immediately (and jokingly) castigated by his writing staff and the world left pondering the questions at hand: Are gay men really making more money than straight men these days? And is the rest of the LGBTQ community financially better off, too? Despite recent reports that both lesbians and gay men earn more than their hetreosexual counterparts, other studies show members of the LGBTQ community are still more likely to be poor. A June 2013 study by The Williams Institute (a think tank conducting research on sexual orientation and gender identity law and policy) at the UCLA...
Read More
1 2 3 4 42