You’re at home Watching television, and yet there is a thought at the back part of your mind. What was it you where planning to do? A flood of water cascades through your bathtub along with the ceiling falls through, destroying your tv and narrowly missing the cat. That is when you realize. You were supposed to have a bath, and unfortunately, those taps were not likely to turn themselves off. Now you have a new television to buy, flooding damage to contend with, along with a new bathroom to consider. Disaster could strike at any moment, and you might not have enough money to deal with this.
Okay, so hopefully you have saved money down the line to help you cope with any unforeseen calamity, but in addition, there are ways to get money in an emergency. Here are some of these.
Although this is not the manner that is most practical it can help you get from a problem. Your bank could loan you the money, but you want to watch their interest rates. If you don’t have a good credit score, you can try hard money lenders, but you may have to put something forward as collateral. Another alternative is to borrow money from a friend or relative. In all instances, you’ll have to pay the cash back at a certain stage. Either avoid giving your friend eye contact that is generous another time you see her but that wouldn’t be fair, or would it.
Sell your things
Got an old VCR gathering dust? Have some collectable items that you really aren’t bothered with anymore? Have clothing that no longer fit you? Sell them and make some fast money. … Read More ...Read More →