Help with paying your bills this winter

In the winter it can be tough to pay your bills. That’s why we offer installment loans. Installment loans are very simple. They are loans that are paid back conveniently in installments. Our loans may be paid back early at any time with no prepayment charges!

What makes us different than other companies, is that we have an easy applications, you receive quick results and you get your cash fast! Apply today, and feel free to chat with one of our live agents with any questions you may have. APPLY HERE

We also want to provide some ways for you to save money, so here are a few tips and tricks:

Warm clothes and warm blankets: Instead of cranking the heat all the way up, put it up a few degrees and then bundle up with a sweatshirt and a warm blanket! This keeps you warm, and may actually be even more comfortable.

Home cooked meals: Not only do home cooked meals save you money, but they can also help warm your house. When you open the oven the heat transfers into your home (much quicker than opening a door does in the summer). Here is a link to some winter recipes:

Lights: Turning your lights and electronics off can always be helpful, but it is even more important in the winter when other bills will be going up. At the end of the night do a quick sweep of your home and make sure everything is off!

Coupons and Sales: If you look hard enough, you can find a good holiday sale to save you some money! When it comes to gifts, another good way to save money is by making someone a gift rather than buying.

The Cash For Whatever Team

Best Thanksgiving Dishes

Thanksgiving is widely regarded as one of everyone’s favorite holidays. There are many reasons why it is peoples’ favorites, including the day off from work, spending time with family, football all day long and of course… THE FOOD! In this article we will discuss some of the best/most delicious dishes that can be served on Thanksgiving.

TURKEY: This is the staple of the Thanksgiving meal. Everyone loves turkey, and here is a recipe for “The Perfect Roast Turkey”

Macaroni & Cheese: Mac n Cheese doesn’t make it to everyone’s Thanksgiving, but when there it is one of the best options. Here is a good Macaroni & Cheese recipe:

Roasted Sweet Potatoes: Most Thanksgiving meals include either yams, sweet potatoes or both! Here is an awesome recipe for “Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Honey & Cinnamon”:

Stuffing: You can’t go wrong with some good ole fashioned stuffing. This recipe is for your basic stuffing, which is sure to be a hit!

Apple Pie: You can’t beat an apple pie for dessert. The worst part of the Thanksgiving meal is that you can’t eat the pie right away. Here is a great recipe:

Everyone has their own version of the Thanksgiving meal, but the previous items are some of the most common ones to be featured at everyone’s tables. We hope everyone has a happy & healthy Thanksgiving!

Here is a list of 50 recipes from Food Network:

October Holidays

October is here, and with it comes Fall, pumpkins, hot chocolate, Halloween and so much more! In this post, we will highlight some of the holidays you know in October, and maybe some of the ones you don’t as well!

October 1st: National Coffee Day The month of October starts off with a very important day, National Coffee Day! Maybe you need to wake up for the Fall season, and what better way to do that than with a nice cup of coffee!

October 4th: National Golf Lovers Day Depending on where you live, the golf season may be coming to a close. This is the perfect excuse to get out on the course one last time, before it is too cold!

October 12th: Columbus Day One of the few federal holidays of October is Columbus Day. The holiday is increasingly controversial due to the catastrophic impact of European settlement on native populations. Consequently, several states do not recognize the holiday and others celebrate it as Native American Day or Indigenous Peoples’ Day.

October 21st: National Apple Day You know what they say, an apple a day, keeps the doctor away!

October 31st: Halloween This is the big one, the holiday that everyone looks forward to all year! It’s time to dress up, trick or treat and eat some candy! Happy Halloween!

Holidays in September 2020

September is an interesting time of year. Half of the month is in the summer, and half of the month is considered to be in the fall. It can still be filled with lots of football, fun and outdoor activities! Some notable things that happen in September are the leaves changing, the start of American Football, many kids beginning school and there are a lot of holidays or “important” days in the month of September. Here are some of them below:

September 7th: Labor Day

September 11th: Patriot Day

September 13th: Grandparents Day

September 18th: The Jewish Holiday of Rosh Hashana (followed by Yom Kippur on September 27th)

September 22nd: The first day of Fall

September 29th: National Coffee Day