TNL Explains Importance Of Financial Knowledge

June 14, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - The Net Lender (TNL) in Anaheim, California is proud to announce that their financial assistance services are available to anyone facing tight financial situations. They offer financial education to help people understand how money works and how to make sound financial decisions. A company representative stated, “California has the largest economy of any US state. Despite its diverse economy, however, many workers are making less than their equivalents were 20 years ago. With real wages at a record low and inflation rising, more people have a need for short term financial aid.”

In a recent release featured on Press Advantage, the company noted that the cost of living in California is more than 60% higher than the average across the United States and that housing costs are almost twice as much. Due to the cost of living increases, people are leaving both Anaheim and California.

Even more do not want to leave California, but find they are juggling finances to get through until they get paid. Those who do not want to give up their current lifestyle in Anaheim may be interested in a recent list, published by Life Hack, of seven simple steps anyone can use to improve their personal financial management. In the list, the first step is to decide on a budget. Another step involves becoming a conscious consumer, which means making a list before going shopping and sticking to it. Other recommendations include having a plan, vision, or goal and committing to saving money.

Just about everyone looks forward to when they get paid, often splurging for an extra little something to celebrate, even if it is simply an impulse buy, a night out, or a pizza when their account balance is high. In fact, many people overlook ways in which they can cut back on non-essential expenditure when they get paid—as they do not budget and consider future costs. Saving for presents, a much needed holiday, and even taxes just doesn’t sound as nice as buying something for pleasure to make working feel like it is worth it. However, the tendency to splurge means that many are often not even prepared for an unexpected bill arising from emergencies, such as poor health or an accident.

The Net Lender encourages everyone to do their own research and get basic financial education. “Knowing how to properly handle money is essential, especially in the face of rising costs. As purchasing power shrinks during price rises, it is important that everyone understands where they should spend money and be able to save some money for unexpected expenses,” continued the company representative.

For those in Anaheim and surrounding areas looking for a quick, no hassle short term financial aid, the title loans offered by The Net Lender may be the quickest and easiest to obtain. Compared to the hassle of approaching a bank, which often take longer and are difficult for those with credit issues, TNL’s process is simple to navigate. Even those with bad credit can qualify for aid if their car has enough equity value—it is the only aspect that matters.

Approval for aid via a car title can take less than 15 minutes. This testimonial from Jeremie B. highlights a typical example of their service: “They have an outstanding line-up of professional associates. I received my money within 24 hours. I highly recommend The Net Lender. Thanks, Steve!”

The Net Lender has simplified the process so that an application can be made over the phone, which is often faster than coming into the office. Their simple three step process ensures that getting the funds is a quick and easy as possible. All those interested in getting a car title loan can apply online or call. Notably, the documents needed to secure financial aid from TNL are straightforward, e.g. identification, car registration and insurance papers, any current car title loans, and proof of income. Applicants who prefer to bring the documents with them can visit The Net Lender Anaheim office.

Another happy customer, Kim Redding, had this to say about their service: “Getting financial aid was significantly easier than I anticipated. Bryan was really knowledgeable and walked me through the method with ease. If I’m ever in a tough position again, I’m confident that they may be able to help me out! Incredibly nice and very helpful!”

Paying off overdue bills or reducing other debts with higher payment terms can help anyone who is able to use their car title as collateral to get started on the road to better financial management. Those who are interested in the financial help that is available through TNL Anaheim can fill in the form on their website, or contact the company by phone or email.


For more information about The Net Lender, contact the company here:

The Net Lender
(888) 663-7074
The Net Lender California

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