Financial Cents: Posts About Cash Advance
The APRs for credit card cash advances are high, but the APRs for payday cash advance loans are so much higher.
Posted on: June 15, 2018
While a cash advance won't necessarily show up on your credit report, there are still ways that taking one out could hurt your credit score.
Posted on: June 11, 2018
The answer to this question entirely depends on what type of cash advance you're talking about.
Posted on: June 08, 2018
Pawning your valuables for some quick cash is a safer bet than taking out a predatory payday loan, but you're still putting a lot at risk.
Posted on: June 05, 2018
You can get an advance on your credit card to take out cash—but the cost will be much higher than the cost of a standard credit card transaction.
Posted on: May 21, 2018
Neither credit card cash advances nor cash advance loans require a credit check. But that doesn't mean they can't affect your credit score.
Posted on: May 15, 2018
Regular credit card cash advances do not require a bank account. Sort of. It's complicated.
Posted on: May 11, 2018
The best financial offense is a good financial defense.
Posted on: May 01, 2018
Cash advances just show up as normal credit card purchases on your credit report.
Posted on: April 27, 2018
Unlike regular credit card purchases, cash advances do not come with an interest-free grace period.
Posted on: April 26, 2018