“If you’re trying to start a business today, you can almost forget about going to a bank for financing,” reported an article on The New York Times Blog. This statement may sound bold and startling for many, but there is much truth to support the assertion. A recap on bank-approved small business loans in 2013 [...]

What if all the money you spent each month on credit card payments was being invested in your retirement plan? How much faster could you reach your retirement goals? In a recent article on Businessinsider.com, Jenna Goudreau takes on these questions. The article entitled, “Why Credit Card Debt Can Derail Retirement Savings” discusses advice offered [...]

A recently published article in the New York Times by Ann Carrns discusses FICO data that indicates that credit card use among young adults, ages 18 to 29 is declining substantially. FICO is one of the most used credit reporting and scoring agencies, and their data from 2012 showed that 16 percent of people in [...]

Is a Pre-K Loan Worth the Cost?

by admin on September 8, 2013

Believe it or not, there’s a new kind of student loan on the horizon. But it’s not used to put your kids through college. It’s so they can go to pre-k. Melanie Woodruff recently penned an article for the Businessinsider.com entitled “Daycare Is So Expensive In New York That Parents Are Taking Out Loans.” In [...]

Summer is finally here. The sun is shining. The kids are out of school. And you are happy. Well almost. The only problem with summer is the irritating extra expenses. Vacations. Camps. Activities. Truthfully, it costs a lot just to keep the kids busy and entertained. This can be a heavy burden. They are looking [...]

Since the past few years consumers have been struggling to obtain approvals on auto loans. High rejection rates, stringent credit requirements, vigilant processing, cumbersome documentation, and various other hurdles have made the process of obtaining auto loans extremely cumbersome. We, at Loans.net, live on the philosophy of “Serve Thy Customer” and in furtherance of this [...]

Don’t Become A Victim Of Loan Scams!

by Johnny.G on September 19, 2012

For every legitimate loan company out there, there are even more fake loan companies that are doing everything they can to steal your hard earned money. These fake companies are very clever, and they know the best ways to trick people out of their money. They are taking advantage of people that are already in [...]

When the economy took a nosedive about five years ago, many people had troubles paying their mortgage. Many people lost their homes to foreclosure, and the real estate world was in serious trouble. Things are starting to look a little bit better for the real estate world and consumers that are looking to purchase homes. [...]

It is that time of year again. It is the start of a new school year for millions of kids all across the United States, and that means two things for parents all across the United States. The good news for parents is this. The kids are no longer at home all day. This gives [...]

There has been a recent change in the way Americans are handling banks and money. In the past it was not only common but also necessary to have a checking account. A checking account was also a prerequisite for many loan inquiries. No checking account meant that no lender was even going to look at [...]