Long Term Vs Short Term Loans: Borrowers have a plethora of options to avail a personal loan. Borrowers have to simply think about how much amount they need keeping their income in mind. Borrowers must plan on how to repay the loan as well, otherwise, they will end up wasting their money on paying the interest amount to the lenders. When it comes to taking a loan, you will … [Read more...] about Long Term Vs Short Term Loans: What You Need to Know?
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Singapore is a nation that has a high homeownership rate of 87.9 per cent. This means almost every home in Singapore is proudly owned by a Singaporean. But despite the high homeownership rate, there is still a knowledge gap when it comes to homeownership. Many homeowners like you don't know all your options when it comes to home loan refinancing, or worse, have misconceptions … [Read more...] about 5 misconceptions that may be stopping you from refinancing your home loan
The Covid-19 crisis has had a devastating effect on the global economy and, while it may have been successful in suppressing the virus, Thailand is in no way immune to the economic fallout. A report in Nation Thailand today says the country’s banks are now clamping down on their lending, imposing stricter criteria on borrowing. PHOTO: Nation Thailand The … [Read more...] about Banks get tough on loan criteria as economic effects of Covid-19 worsen
The Social Security System (SSS) will extend relief to pensioners who paid their loan dues two years ago, with up to two months’ worth of payments to be refunded starting Jan. 30. In a Jan. 20 circular, SSS president and chief executive Aurora Cruz-Ignacio said the policy-making Social Security Commission (SSC) last Jan. 12 approved the one-time, 60-day refund of monthly … [Read more...] about SSS to refund up to 2 months’ worth of pension loan payments
The Thai Airlines Association says 7 member airlines are pushing for a meeting with PM Prayut Chan-o-cha to discuss the option of soft loans. The carriers have been seeking this financial aid for some time and have even decreased the amount being asked for, from 24 billion baht last year to 14 billion now. The Bangkok Post reports that representatives from Thai AirAsia, Thai … [Read more...] about Thailand’s airlines call for meeting with PM to discuss soft loans