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What is a Loan?

A loan is a sum of temporary borrowed money, it entails you the redistribution of financial assets over time, between you and the person who lend you the money. In a loan, the borrower gets an amount of money known as the principal, from the lender. It is an obligation to pay back this money to the lender at a later time. Typically, the money is paid back in regular installments, or partial repayments, spread over a period of time.

You can get a loan from most financial institutions as long as you meet the requirements. Loans provided to you from a bank are generally given at a cost, referred to as interest. An interest comes from a percentage of the amount of money you borrowed. The percentage charged is called an interest rate. This is how a bank makes money.

In a legal loan, there are obligations and restrictions enforced by contracts. It is important that you understand and know these terms and rules. If not, you can get yourself into financial trouble if you are not able to fulfill the payments. This can lead to overdrafts, late fees charges, which will cause you to owe even more to the bank.

You are the one responsible for your money. Hence, itÂ’s good to take time to look for the right loan that suits your needs. Be realistic on what you can afford. If you have any questions, discuss your concerns with a financial professional.

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