Why don't government leaders trust consumers?
Dec 12, 2018 Philip Burgess
Individuals across the globe take pride in being able to make their own decisions. It's a very liberating feeling when we finally move out of our parents' homes into places of our own and then lead our own, self-designed lives. Freedom is a
More people want access to short term loans
Dec 10, 2018 Philip Burgess
As nearly anyone can assume, when times get tough, that's when consumers start becoming desperate. For instance, if a large storm is predicted, individuals are likely going to flock to supermarkets in droves in order to make sure they're adequately
Not enough people know the difference between credit scores, reports
Nov 13, 2015 Walt Wojciechowski
At this point millions of Americans know full well that their credit history plays a major role in their everyday financial lives. It can determine everything from whether they have access to credit to what they end up paying for it. However,
Trends in lending turn toward the alternative
May 26, 2015 Philip Burgess
The United Kingdom and Europe were immediately engaged in alternative financial services when the market first began to take shape not so long ago, and it appears as though these options are thriving today. When the global economy rose to prominence
What do lenders need to know about the new short term lending laws?
Mar 17, 2014 Philip Burgess
One of the tenets of running a business is that you shouldn't punish employees when they're working hard, producing good results for the company and are highly successful at what they do. This is common sense when taken in any context - why