Once again, there are pluses to taking out a payday loan, like being able to get a small amount of money quickly and easily. It’s applicable only if you can pay the debt by your next paycheck. And that is the key!
The Debt Cycle
Is debt a cruel master? You bet it is. The cruelty of debt is a reality when each month it feeds off finance and interest charges, and in the end, the poor borrower has little to show for the loan. Monthly minimum payments barely cover the interest charges. Upon the end of the month, the balance looks pretty much the same as the debt cycle continues. Households continue to struggle, and they rely on credit cards and online payday loans as their primary means of support.
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There are a couple of reasons why an individual ends up with poor credit. Financial decisions made in the past never worked out, and now they are suffering the consequences. A drastic change in income may have resulted from a divorce or death in the family. The loss of your job or a major medical issue also severely affects the household budget. How can you still get your hands on some money?
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Setting the Money Test
Each month, Julia and her cousins attended a big family meal at the home of their grandparents. The best part of the day was when their grandfather would give them all some coins so that they could buy something for themselves. After they received the money the kids would all run off and buy candy and gum. The parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles agreed that this behavior was not teaching the kids anything about money management. So, they decided to set a test. The children would have to show, over a year, what else they could do with their money.