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Questions tagged [loans]

This tag is a generic tag to be used when asking a question on Loans / lending. If there is a specific question the other related tags like home-loan, student-loans, etc should be used.

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Does installment loan amount affect credit score?

I am looking to finance a new car purchase. The total cost of the car comes out to $18k, and I am able to put up to $10k down. Assuming that my goal is to maximize my credit score in the long run, ...
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Why is it so hard to get a quality loan as an individual?

Currently federal funds rate is 2%, this is about what it should cost for a bank to borrow money from the government. I doubt lending money costs them much more than this. Loans taken by corporations ...
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How to use my IRA as a 60 day loan?

I've seen many people on this site mention being able to use the 60 days allowed to move funds from one IRA account into another as a vehicle for a short-term loan. What do I need to know and beware ...
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Loan Denial and Reapplying

I recently applied for a personal loan. I made it to the final stage of approval after uploading my paystubs, payoff notices, bank statements, etc. I ultimately received a decline notice stating that '...
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Recent college grad. Down payment on a house or car?

So here's the situation I'm facing. I've recently graduated college but have been working for a while now. I've managed to save up around $10,000 aside for my "money to live" stash. And like most ...
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Partnering on purchasing a property

I want to partner with my 70-year old mother in law to buy a property. She is going to put $200K down and I am going to get $400K loan (since she won't qualify for loan, and I have a 780 credit score ...
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Pay off student loans vs pay myself and try to get PSLF? (is my math right?)

I am trying to decide between paying off my student loans in 5 years vs attempting to quality for Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF), which I could conceivably do in 5 years. My options are to 1) ...
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How can I support myself financially as a 17 year old with a loan?

I'm a 17 year old Ohio high school student who makes ~$160 a month working minimum wage. I have a $3500 loan (4 year duration) to pay off for a car with ~$2880 left. Monthly payments are ~$80 for ...
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Can I use myself as collateral?

I want a big loan and decided I have nothing of tangible worth to support repayment, so I was wondering if I could put myself up (literally) as collateral. I suppose this could be understood as me ...
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I need a tiny amount of money right now, but I can't find lending options. Why don't lending services cater to those who seek very tiny loans? [closed]

I'm looking to drop $20 in the stocks now, but I don't have this money currently available. Is there any kind of micro/nano-loaning service where one can borrow a very small amount of funds and pay ...
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How do I get my student loans that were waived due to disability, not to be treated as income by IRS?

I went to college, graduated and had a bunch of student loans. I got them waived, on account of being permanently disabled. Now the loan organization is going to report this as income to the IRS. I'...
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Unsecured sources of short term loans (variable and fixed rates)

Someone has obtained a short-term loan from the Bank. The loan matures in 180 days and is in the amount of $45,000. He hopes to have sufficient backing from other investors by the end of the next 6 ...
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In what category would I put a loan I took to pay an expense

If I have to pay my phone contract which is 1000 and I took a loan of 2000 with interest of 300 to pay that phone contract, in what category would you put the loan - an expense, an income or both ? ...
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What is the best option for a loan to do a construction project at home without refinancing

I'm looking into advice and options to get a loan to pay for a construction project at home in the United States. Here is the situation: My family and I are living at one residential family home, ...
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What's the deal between the bank and the dealer when you finance your car loan with your bank?

I'm an absolute beginner to car loans, and I was wondering what's going on between the financing agencies and the dealers when I finance my car loan. (My questions are about car financing in the US.) ...
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Understanding the effect of parent PLUS loan on the parent's credit score

I am helping a family navigate paying for college and I have a question that I cannot seem to answer by searching this site or any of the federal sites. Suppose the mom takes out a Parent PLUS loan ...
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Get a loan, and then repay that loan with the loan itself

Due to some unfortunate circumstances, my credit score dropped 300 points in less than a year. I had a procedure done at the local hospital, which ended up costing around $800. I gave them my ...
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How can I prove how much I make in a month when self employed

I'm applying for student loan repayment assistance. As part of the process I need to prove my income for last month. The instructions are: "The following documents are acceptable as proof of income: ...
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Post judgement loan

My grandfather has been providing post judgement loans to people for 9 months through his friend who has connections to a lay firm. So once someone received a judgment saying that “x” company owes ...
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Formula for previous months interest payment and balance - Reverse Amortization

I am trying to resolve an issue I am having where a system calculated incorrect additional payments on a loan for a couple of months, resulting in the new current balance being incorrect. I want to ...
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Securing a loan with a loan, does this even make sense?

My friend wants to buy a house; however he does not have the capital to put twenty percent down because he loaned out his capital as a secured business loan last? year. He thinks all other business ...
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How do I solve this in excel? I think it's a cumulative rolling percentage problem

I have a spreadsheet that shows the following columns. Date, Loan Applications Received, Interest Rate Offered, Cumulative Applications Received, Loans Originated, Average Interest Rate on ...
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Should I take advantage of “interest-free” credit when buying something? [duplicate]

If I buy something like a smartphone or a new PC, when you have these choice: Pay all the cost at the moment. Pay it in 6/12/18 months (with loan but without any interest rate and any extra cost). ...
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How to calculate EMI for Quarterly, Half yearly and Annual payments and generate amortization schedule?

I am a software engineer by profession. I am a newbie to finance. I am trying to create a loan amortization schedule. I have the formula for EMI= P*(r*(1+r)^n)/((1+r)^n)-1. How to apply it for ...
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What is nelnet doing with my auto-debit student loan payments?

I recently (A few months ago) bumped up my loan repayment. My repayment just started this year. So, I took a look at how nelnet is allocating my auto debit, and my payment history looks like this: ...
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Student debt in arrears from living overseas- what to do?

I have been living overseas for 3 years and did not inform the student finance company (stupid, and totally my fault!) and they have recently sent me a letter asking to confirm my employment status- a ...
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Reasons for not taking loans with negative interest rate

At the moment, negative interest rates sounds totally obscure. Basically, the lender has to pay the borrower for lending money from him?!? If this is the case, why shouldn't I just go out to take ...
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effective rate loan installment

Why is it that the effective rate is based on compounding and it is also paid only on the remaining loan balance in compounding interest we pay interest on interest? Can someone explain in to me? what ...
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Would using an expensive car as collateral for a small loan to get cheap parking work?

There's a rather old joke which is being told in many variations and my question would be whether events narrated could actually happen in real life. I'm not in the US so I don't know all the details ...
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How do scammers / money launderers profit from loans to victims?

Recently, I had an investor [scammer] offer to loan my company money. It was to be posted directly into my accounts — equal amounts in my checking and savings accounts. There were no conditions that ...
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Algorithm to calculate the Interest on Loan with a Balloon Payment

I am trying to understand the algorithm used by My Calculators.com - Balloon Payment Calculator If I enter the following details: Loan amount: 4556.75 Number of months: 5 Interest rate: 5.75% ...
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What's the interest rate in this example of irregular payments?

Loaned out $10K, with the following payments (like, these are all the payments there will ever be) Period 1 2 3 4 5 6 $0 $0 $0 $0 $26K $4K How would I ...
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Loan payment strategy: Private vs federal?

I am a young professional trying to determine the most efficient/cost effective method for paying off my student loans and would greatly appreciate any advice. Currently, I have about $170,000 in ...
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Loan from friends living abroad

My friends living abroad [non Indians] are ready to provide me financial loan for the purpose of education of my children. If this money comes via inward remittance, what should be the appropriate ...
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Why would my dad sign as the buyer while I sign as the co buyer? [duplicate]

I am extremely confused why the dealership had my dad sign as the primary buyer and me as the co buyer. I understand that we both have equal rights to the car and have an equal obligation to pay for ...
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Personal loan to start the LLC now being paid back to investor / member of the LLC

I lent $85k to my own two partner LLC to purchase a property. I hold this as an interest bearing note against the property. I have been receiving a 1099-INT at the end of each year. Now, since the ...
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Balancing an Interest Accrual Rate Between multiple loans

Tags: multiple student loans , balancing interest accruals , student loan help
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In a loan, how does account/admin fees work? [closed]

For a loan, how does monthly/yearly account fees work? Do they get added to the loan balance and will then affect the interest?
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Should I pay off my LOAN from my 401(k) ASAP?

I recently saw a ? on the Forum about "Should I pay off my Home LOAN from my 401(k) or continue to pay Interest to myself". Most responses seemed to think that paying it off ASAP was the best idea ...
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Is the child responsible for the Parent PLUS Loan when the parent has passed away?

Is the child responsible for the Direct Parent PLUS Loan when the loan is under the parent that has passed away? Specifically by the U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION.
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What should I do with my credit card debt?

I have almost $20,000 in credit card debt and, though I have stopped accumulating it for quite a while now, I'm trying to figure out the best way forward. Can someone please offer advice based on this ...
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Do I have too much available credit?

For some background, I'm a recent graduate doing mostly freelance work while teaching English on the side in France. My freelance work grosses me about $25,000/year, and my job in France is about $8,...
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When I'm applying for a loan, how do I report my annual income if my income changes from year to year?

When I'm applying for a loan or a credit card, the application usually asks for my annual income—the amount of money I make each year. The problem is that I don't make the same amount of money each ...
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Guaranteed Small Loan with no assets to pawn and poor credit

I need to pass the criteria the various loan companies require to receive an emergency loan I will consider all possibilities to get approved for and receive the loan in my name how can I provide ...
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Questions about my credit score and how my debt/payments affect it

I've been out of college for a couple years and i'm quickly paying off my student loans. I have some loans and other bills I pay every month. I'll provide as many details as I can in order to get as ...
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Please help me calculate interest on a loan

My Ex owes me $66000 and I need to give him a payment plan with 8% interest over 5 years. The monthly repayments need to tier roughly as follows (he's going to earn more in the 2nd and 3rd years and ...
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Why does total interest paid per year increase as I pay down my loan (fixed rate loan)

I have a house loan at a 4.25% fixed APR rate with CitiMortgage. Comparing the total amount of interest I've paid recently, per Citibank's statement I paid $6684 in interest during year one of the ...
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What would the formula for loan payoff with daily compounded interest and paid 5 days per wk?

I'm interested in calculating the impact of making payments on my student loans daily (5 payments per wk). For example my current loan is 50,000$ @ 5.05% interest compounded daily. The term of the ...
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How can I stop the IRS from withholding refunds for a student loan that is already paid off?

I paid off my student loan over 10 years ago. The IRS is now withholding my refunds. How can I prove this loan has been paid?
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how to find flat rate of interest per annum and month if we have given reducing rate of interest or loan amount and tenure?

For example: For loan amount 500000 for 5 years at the rate of 12% (reducing interest rate), EMI is 11,122.22 per month Here 12% reducing is equivalent to flat 6.69% per annum or flat 0.55% per month. ...