Is it possible to get a loan after bankruptcy

Although fewer Americans file for bankruptcy every year, it’s still a reality that many must face. In 2018, Americans filed approximately 753,300 bankruptcies (source). In desperate moments, bankruptcy is a stressful but necessary process. But after bankruptcy, what comes next? How long does it take to recover? And how soon can you get approved for […]

long term loans pros and cons

When it comes to personal loans, is it better to go with a short term or a long term? Long-term loans give you more time to repay the debt, and they come with lower monthly payments. But they bring a few drawbacks as well. Read on to learn more about long-term personal loans, and how […]

what is direct deposit

Yes, you can get a loan without a bank account, but you will only have limited options and it could get expensive. Even if you think you won’t qualify, consider applying a checking account. Here is our list of the best checking accounts currently available. When you apply for a loan, most lenders will ask […]

medical expenses

How to present patient financing programs to patients Stock your office with informative materials Direct mail advertising Social media ads and messaging Email marketing Print advertisements in your waiting room Train receptionists Promote it on your website In-person recommendations from physician Do you have patients who struggle to pay for the medical care they need? […]

best 6 month personal loans ways to get fast money

We are all told to set aside money for a rainy day. But many of us do not have the means to fund a substantial safety net. A serious illness, car repair, or an extended furlough can easily deplete a budget. But what can you do in the face of a crisis if you have middling or […]

secured vs. unsecured debts

When people think about their debt, they often lump it all into one category. They don’t consider there are actually two types of debt – secured and unsecured – and even subcategories within these two types. In simple terms, secured debts are those that require assets to be held as collateral, such as a house for […]

government shutdown loans shutdown loans loans for federal employees/workers emergency loan programs federal worker/employee loans furlough loans

Government shutdowns affect millions of people but they are particularly hard on poor families and low-income workers. While Congress and White House staff members continue to get paid 800,000 federal employees have seen their paychecks stop. About 420,000 “essential” employees are working without pay. This includes IRS, NASA, and TSA agents. Approximately 380,000 workers have […]