Holiday spenders may need short term lending

Dec 12, 2018 Quinn Thomas

The holiday season is behind consumers, which means many now have to deal with the consequences of potentially having overextended themselves to purchase gifts for their friends and family. Total holiday retail sales increased 3.8 percent to


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Understanding background screening variance among industries

Dec 12, 2018 Quinn Thomas

Understanding background screening variance among industries

Recent events have brought background screening to the forefront of many conversations in Washington and among business owners. Corporate background checks are an essential component of the on-boarding process, while the requirements of these


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Short term lending without the credit check

Dec 12, 2018 Philip Burgess

Those that live hand-to-mouth, using every cent left on their weekly paychecks to pay for bills, groceries and other perfunctory expenses, are not exempt from experiencing car trouble or having a water pipe burst in their kitchen. Caught in


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Legislators reevaluate short term lending laws

Dec 12, 2018 Quinn Thomas

Though short term lenders provide those in need with feasible financial assistance, lawmakers throughout the United States have implemented laws designed to hinder their capabilities. Some legislatures prevent them from loaning to people with


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Lending crackdown coming if no one steps up

Dec 12, 2018 Quinn Thomas

Lending crackdown coming if no one steps up

For the past few years, so many individuals, from short term lenders themselves to lawmakers and constituents, have stepped up to the plate in support of the alternative credit market. Armed with the fact that these fiscal options have a long-standing


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