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How to deal with rising prices and diminishing income

By Mark Lambie

We definitely don't live in a world that lets us save our money in order to
something. Sure, it may have been that way in our parents' or
grandparents' day, but not now. Our income has not kept up with rising
prices and rising taxes.

So we have to make due with the money we have. Sometimes that means
getting a payday loan to bridge us to the next paycheck. Other times that
means using our credit cards to consolidate our monthly expenditures and
paying it back once at the end of the month. And still other times it means
getting a loan to help us buy the things we need.

There are two types of loans. An unsecured loan is money that a lending
agency gives to you based on their assessment of your risk. Your credit
rating is one of the ways they make that decision. And since they lose their
money if you default on your payment, the risk is higher so the interest rate
is higher.

However, if you need to borrow more money or you want a loan at a more
attractive interest rate, or you want some flexibility with the repayment
terms, then borrowing against your assets is the way to go.

Some examples of assets, or equity, that you may be able to use include
your home your car, your stock certificates, or some other kind of valuable
possession. Borrowing against these assets assures the lending institute
that they can recoup their losses if you fail to make your payments since
there is an alternate form of payment.

Lending agencies like this because it minimizes the risk they take. And
you'll love it because it increases the amount of money you can potentially
borrow, it lowers the interest rate you'll have to pay, and it lengthens the
amount of time you're expected to pay the loan back! What could be better
than that?

Some excellent uses for secured loans include such things as debt
consolidation or home improvement loans. In both cases, you'll find that a
secured loan gives you a good amount of money at an attractive rate so
you can reduce your debt payments or increase the value of your home

We live in a world that expects us to borrow now and then. Don't you think
that a secured loan is the way to go the next time you need to borrow?

About the Author
Mark Lambie is the founder of Loan Source, a website for UK residents seeking secured loans. Visit our website today for a free Secured Loans quote and find out how much we can save you.

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