Tips on How to Use Payday Loans

Payday loans are a great way of managing emergency expenses. And when you borrow from a licensed moneylender, the risks are minimal. However, the success of a payday loan depends on how well you manage and use the amount for your benefit. Here are some tips on using paydays judiciously.

Never use it for settling monthly bills

Remember, payday cash advances are ideally meant for catering to emergency expenses which arise out of nowhere. This could well be a medical emergency, an immediate travel, an impending purchase and similar. However, never consider opting for a loan for covering up your monthly bills. Your bills should be well within your income!

Have the payback plan in place

As your licensed moneylender will advise you, always have a payback plan in place even before you have received loan amount. A payday loan runs from one payday to another and attracts heavy interest on default. There is no alternative to paying back on time. So make sure you have planned the resources well before opting for a cash advance. As the old saying goes, “borrow only as much as you can payback.”

Prepare a budget beforehand

One of the biggest mistakes to make is to seek a certain amount as loan without budgeting the expenses. Make a list of expenses you wish to cater to with your loan amount. Without a proper budgeting, you will only see the amount disappear into nowhere! Never add the loan amount to your pool of income, always keep it separate and use it for catering to additional expenses.

Most importantly, never opt for cash advances if you are incapable of managing your borrowings well. Defaulting on payments can lead you straight into a debt trap! Make sure you have a responsible approach and choose to payback your loans on time.

from Financial Directory Singapore https://www.financialdirectorysg.com/2018/01/18/tips-on-how-to-use-payday-loans/

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