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Taking out a loan for business or personal expenses is sometimes a necessity. Two of the main sources for these types of loans are banks and private lenders. In this article we compare banks and private lenders and look at some of the pros and cons of each.
Financial companies use the term “personal starter loan” to describe a variety of different financial products. So, depending on the company you choose, your loan could be for as little as $500 or all the way up to $25,000. One thing unites all these different types of loans: They are generally for expenses involved with starting your life after you’ve finished school. And they usually have lower-than-average interest rates.