What short term lending critics have wrong

Dec 17, 2019 Quinn Thomas

What short term lending critics have wrong

Across the nation, there have been various lawmakers and consumers' rights activists who have been exceedingly outspoken about the short term lending industry. These individuals are known for constantly sharing their opinions with various media


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The perks of short term lending outweigh anything else

Dec 17, 2019 Quinn Thomas

Short term lending has been in the news a lot recently, and not always for positive reasons. The industry as a whole has been examined because of developments in New York, where Governor Mario Cuomo is trying to outlaw online loan companies.However,


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Louisiana short term loan bill moves to the Senate

Dec 17, 2019 Quinn Thomas

Louisiana short term loan bill moves to the Senate

Louisiana Senate Bill 84 has gone through substantial rewrites by the state Senate committee and will now move on to the Senate. Sen. Ben Nevers, D-Bogalusa, was the initial proponent for the bill which was intended to increase the regulation


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High student debt levels could lead to additional short term lending

Dec 17, 2019 Quinn Thomas

High student debt levels could lead to additional short term lending

Student loan debt has become a major issue in the United States, and as debt levels increase, recent college grads may need to turn to short term lending for assistance. Oftentimes, consumers with student loan debt find themselves committing


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Growing home equity levels could lead to more spending, borrowing

Jan 09, 2019 Quinn Thomas

In the aftermath of the financial crisis, millions of homeowners saw the value of their homes slashed, which held back consumer spending for many years. However, many of these property owners have begun to return to positive equity, potentially


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