Month: July 2019

Small personal loans: when to get one and when not to

Small personal loans perfectly suited to small personal financial crises Some financial gurus have a zero tolerance approach to all borrowing except mortgages. And we would all like to follow their advice. Nobody likes going into debt. But, for most Americans, life is not like that. It throws us a ball and chain (the loose […]

Will revenue-sharing agreements be the next payday loan?

This week, Indiana’s Uniform Consumer Credit Code will be amended to exempt higher education institutions in the state from having to comply with key consumer protections. The change is so subtle that it hasn’t garnered much attention, but it has huge implications for Indiana students who sign “income sharing agreements” (ISAs). These contracts commit a […]

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