If you are currently having difficulty making your rent payment, as well as your other monthly bills, you have a few different options. You could also go the conventional route and attempt to get a small loan from a financial institution. Many banks do not even offer the opportunity to borrow small sums, like $1,000, of money. The other problem that you may run into is going through a credit and background check. You will need to have job to prove that you have the income to repay the loan. If unemployment is part of your financial problem, you will not be able to secure a bank loan. [continue reading…]
The economy in the U.S. has been brutal over the past five years and has taken its toll on many families. Unemployment is still at historically high levels and creates serious financial problems for those affected by it. Losing a job is not only demoralizing emotionally; it creates a severe amount of financial stress when it comes time to pay the monthly bills. If you are unemployed and find yourself in this sort of situation, there may be a fast solution – a title loan. [continue reading…]
With the United States’ total consumer debt nearly $12 trillion, individuals need to get control of their debt situation. Eighty percent of Americans are “in debt,” much of that debt being related to housing and vehicles. Fifty percent of all households that have at least one credit card have an average balance of $1,000. Ten percent have a balance of $10,000 or more. Managing debt can be a frustrating, time-consuming process but, if left unchecked, that debt can lead to further financial struggles in the future. [continue reading…]
When the bills are piling up each and every month, it is often difficult to find the necessary funds to meet all of your financial obligations. When you need cash fast, one of the easiest ways to obtain it is through an auto title loan. Embassy Loans, a licensed consumer finance company, has been providing car title loans for almost a decade. There are other sources of emergency funds, but a title loan may be the key to your making ends meet. [continue reading…]
In today’s unstable economy, there may come a time when you require a source of immediate cash. It may be to cover the rent, for an unforeseen medical expense, or maybe even for a vehicle repair bill. Whatever the circumstance may be, Embassy Loans has a solution. Here are some sources of quick cash when you find yourself in a bind. [continue reading…]
It is far from rare for a person’s financial situation to become so overwhelming that it seems all they have left is their possessions. But possessions can actually become great assets for getting back on the right financial track. Collateral loans are dependent on those assets, unlike unsecured loans which affect credit scores and have lengthy approval processes. [continue reading…]
Financial emergencies are often impossible to plan for. It can be difficult to foresee the job loss, illness, or expensive home or car repairs that may arise for anyone at any time. Many financial planners encourage people to create an emergency fund with enough money to live off of for a few months in a financial emergency, but not everyone can set aside that amount of money. [continue reading…]
Any loss of income is stressful, but when illness is also involved, it can be downright debilitating. When an illness prevents a person from working, the ability to pay their bills and provide for their families starts to drain away and debt starts to mount. Because no one can predict how or when an illness will occur, it is difficult to save money for such situations or ensure that a health insurance plan will cover necessary treatments. [continue reading…]
Americans have been struggling with debt for the last decade, with many being left unable to pay their bills or provide for their families. Thousands have lost their jobs, their homes, or both since the recession began. For many, it is still a daily struggle to climb out of debt one step at a time. In Florida especially, even the most frugal individuals may have found themselves under a mound of debt for reasons out of their control. [continue reading…]
How much money does it cost to move from one home to another? The answer is often surprising to many people who are buying or renting a new home. Whether the move is local or states away, it is important to create a budget and know exactly what expenses will be incurred. Packing, sorting, and transferring items from one location to another can really add up financially, but there are ways to offset these often unexpected budget strains. [continue reading…]
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Embassy Loans uses “Title Loans” for advertisement purposes only and provides auto equity loans. Embassy Loans Inc. is licensed under the “Florida Consumer Finance Act” under Florida Statute 516 and as such Embassy Loans is exempt from any licensing requirements under the “Florida Title Loan Act” to the extent that any of Embassy Loans’ activities involve the making of a loan of money to a consumer secured by bailment of a certificate of title to a motor vehicle.