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How to finance a Startup Business

If you’re an entrepreneur who dreams of owning your own company, you’re not alone. But you will need capital and that might be an issue. Most lenders are cautious to participate in startup financing because it’s a high risk. Startups are uncertain projects, compared to established businesses with consistent revenue and profitability.

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Helping New Yorkers get back on track since 1894

The not-for-profit lending organization, The Provident Loan Society of New York has announced interest-free loans for new customers who are in need of quick cash due to these difficult times. This interest-free loan can be paid back over the course of six or four months. John Higney, President/CEO of The Provident Loan Society, says their not-for-profit board decided […]

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Have you thought of a pawnshop yet?

Getting a short-term loan at your bank isn’t exactly a walk in the park. But when you’re making fun winter holiday plans, some extra cash always comes in handy. So, maybe it’s time to exchange that engagement ring your ex gave you for a flight to Paris. Curious? You should be. Why You Should Consider […]

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How to Make It Through January When You’re Broke

January isn’t exactly everyone’s favorite time of the year. A few days into 2020 and we already have to drag ourselves back to work. A few weeks into the month and most of our New Year’s Resolutions are forgotten, the holidays seem like forever ago and the spring season seems ages away. This is around […]

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The Best Christmas Markets to Visit this December

December in New York City is defined by festive outdoor markets, bright Christmas lights and fun winter activities. So while it can be a cold and snowy month, there’s no excuse to not go outside and explore the wonderful season. This month, throw on some warm and comfortable clothes and get ready to explore the […]

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Halloween in NYC: Celebrate a Great Holiday on a Budget

  Who doesn’t love Halloween? With its frightening creatures and spooky parties, October 31st is a favorite holiday for many Americans. Unfortunately, Halloween is also among the most expensive holidays. The average American spent a shocking total of $96.13 on Halloween in 2018, and this number is expected to increase even more this year. Most […]

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Fun Things to Do During Memorial Day Weekend in NYC

  Burgers. Brews. And beach tans. Ah, Memorial Day Weekend. The official kick-off to summer is here, which means nearly everyone in New York City is packing up to escape the city heat. But what if you didn’t have enough time or money to book a trip in advance? Don’t fret:  Luckily for you, you’re […]

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What To Buy For Mother’s Day

In 1914, Woodrow Wilson officially adopted the second Sunday of May as Mother’s Day. Since then, people all of over the US and UK (yes, we didn’t forget about the Brits!) annually buy gifts for their mothers, step-mothers and grandmothers. But how much do we regularly spend on Mother’s day and what gift should you […]

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Must Do Activities in New York City During May

May is the first time of the year when we can officially feel the summer. Weather is getting better,  days are getting longer and the drinks are getting colder. This makes May the ideal moth to go outside and explore what the city has to offer. For those who don’t have ideas of what to […]

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Save Money While Booking Your Summer Vacation

Summer is around the corner and you haven’t booked your vacation yet? Two possible explanations. One, you’re a big-time procrastinator. Or two, you’ve already planned out the entire trip but are missing one little detail: the money to get there. Either way, we’re here to help you out.  Click below to find out how you […]

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