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Has your boiler broken down? Or are you in need of car repairs in order to get to work? If yes, and your salary couldn’t cover the costs for this month, then an instant loan could be able to meet your needs. These loans are disbursed quickly, often within one day. Though the amount of the loan is small, it could help you meet your immediate needs quickly.

Here are all the things that you can do when faced with a financial emergency:

Break into your savings

The simplest way to meet a financial emergency is to break into your savings. This way, you don’t pay any interest on the money you withdraw. Moreover, bank savings are very liquid, and you can dive into them directly. But remember, using your savings means that you lose the interest you could have earned. You are also losing your safety net for the future. Unless you have plans to replenish your savings quickly, it is better not to touch them at all.

Sell unwanted items

Most people have hundreds of dollars’ worth of unused goods in their house collecting dust and simply don’t realise. It could be time to find that old smartphone or iPad and list them on selling websites such as eBay or Facebook Marketplace. You could make a small fortune and find yourself in a much better financial position because of it. If you have old tech, be quick! The prices of older phones and gadgets tends to depreciate over time so it’s usually best to sell them sooner rather than later.

Instant loans

Instant loans are different from payday loans. They can also be gained quickly and easily, but you don’t have to pay them back in a lump sum. Instead, you can return these loans in easy instalments spanning 3 to 6 months, sometimes more. This helps you get a lumpsum payment when needed – such as an emergency car tyre replacement, be it new or part worn tyres – you won’t have to pay in one hit. The loans also have better terms and interest rates than payday loans, making them a perfect choice.

Ask for help

It is common to ask friends and family for a quick loan when you need to. While these loans may not always come interest-free, they are usually not added against your credit score. This means that even if you get late in making payments, you won’t see your credit score taking a nosedive. Usually, these loans can be availed easily and have a very flexible repayment.

In summary, there are always options available for you should you find yourself temporarily struggling one month to pay those all important bills – afterall, it can happen to any of us. If you feel the above options are not feasible for you and you still require help, then there are free debt advice charities out there who will be able to help.

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