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15
Jan
Figure Personal Loans Review

Figure’s personal loans come with low interest rates and two-day funding. Consumers will need a decent credit score and a low debt-to-income ratio to qualify.

Posted in: Personal Loans,
08
Jan
How Does EasyKnock Work?

EasyKnock is a financial product that lets homeowners get cash from their home equity without moving. EasyKnock buys homes, and then allows sellers to stay as tenants.

Posted in: Home Equity, Reviews,
05
Jan
Pet Assure Review

Pet Assure doesn't offer a pet insurance plan. Instead, the company offers a discount plan for taking your animal to a pre-approved Pet Assure vet.

Posted in: Pet Insurance,
05
Jan
Cognition Financial Student Loan Review

Cognition Financial offers the Custom Choice Loan that comes with competitive interest rates and perks not offered by most competitors.

Posted in: Student Loans,
05
Jan
Pets Best Pet Insurance Review

Pets Best Insurance offers pet health insurance plans for both cats and dogs, with premium costs starting at just $6 per month for accident-only coverage. There’s no annual benefit limit and most policies have a small deductible.

Posted in: Pet Insurance, Reviews (2),
05
Jan
PhD Student Loans: Find Your Best Option

PhD student loans from the federal government or private lenders can be used to cover the cost of your degree or program.

Posted in: Student Loan Options (2), Student Loans,
05
Jan
PetFirst Pet Insurance Review

PetFirst offers pet insurance to dogs and cats ages 8 weeks and older, with no restrictions on senior pets. You can choose your reimbursement rate, deductible, and annual limits to best fit your budget and needs.

Posted in: Pet Insurance, Reviews (3),
05
Jan
Refinance Parent PLUS Loans

You can refinance Parent PLUS loans to help you save on interest costs. In addition, many lenders will allow you to transfer the loan to your child.

Posted in: Refinancing Student Loans, Student Loans,
04
Jan
Navy Federal Credit Union Student Loans Review

Navy Federal Credit Union offers private student loans as well as student loan refinancing options. This particular loan provider is limited to active-duty, reserve, and retired military members, their families, and individuals who work for or are contracted by the Department of Defense.

Posted in: Student Loans,
04
Jan
Credit Union Student Loans

If you need to get a private student loan to pay for college, you might research what your local credit unions offer. Credit union student loans tend to offer better terms than loans offered by major commercial banks.

Posted in: Student Loan Options (2), Student Loans,