Banks counter assumptions about loan programs

Oct 25, 2011 Todd Milner

Banks counter assumptions about loan programs

Larger financial institutions have recently attempted to involve themselves in the short term lending business, offering loans with alternative names and lower interest rates for individuals and families in need, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.In


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Part-timers and unemployed use short term loans for quick fix

Oct 22, 2011 Todd Milner

Part-timers and unemployed use short term loans for quick fix

There are times when individuals need money immediately – whether it is for monthly bills, a credit card payment or paying off a household item. Whatever the case, some payments are required by a certain time period and luckily in the


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Short term loans may be available once again in New Hampshire

Oct 22, 2011 Todd Milner

Short term loans may be available once again in New Hampshire

In Concord, New Hampshire, the House Commerce Committee is considering the reinstatement of high-interest short term loans, Foster's Daily Democrat reports.Sarah Mattson, a New Hampshire Legal Assistance attorney, worries that there isn't


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Short term lending may return to New Hampshire

Oct 19, 2011 Todd Milner

Short term lending may return to New Hampshire

The New Hampshire House Commerce Committee will soon vote on the legalization of installment loans - or short term loans - in the state, the New Hampshire Business Review reports.New Hampshire previously capped short term loan interest rates at 36


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IMF to create new short-term government lending system

Oct 17, 2011 Todd Milner

The International Monetary Fund is drafting a proposal to offer short-term lines of credit to ailed governments in an attempt to reduce the threat of a widespread financial collapse, The Wall Street Journal reports.The program, which officials


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