Anyone who’s ever found themselves overextended on debt knows what a precarious financial situation that can be. When unexpected costs pile on top of existing debt, it can push a borrower’s finances over the limit. That’s when it may be tempting to take out a payday loan.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau defines a payday loan as “usually a short-term, high-cost loan, generally for $500 or less, that is typically due on your next payday.” Essentially, payday loans — also known as cash advance or check advance loans — are designed to cover sudden expenses while borrowers are in between paychecks.
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To find the best fit for your big screen needs, you need to spend time literally looking at the TV from all angles. Does it work well in a bright room? Does it handle dark imagery well? Can it keep up with fast-paced sports? Do the colors bring video games to life?
Your paychecks are about to stop. So as you downshift from stocks, move that money into a savings or money market account to fund at least one year of expenses, says Judith Ward, T. Rowe Price senior financial planner.
With the rising cost of living, it's imperative that we invest, whether that's $10,000 or $100,000. And, obviously, when we invest our hard-earned dollars, we want to generate high returns while enduring little risk.