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Personal Loans

Personal loans in the Philippines are all-purpose loans, and you are free to take one to make an investment. Ideally, if you're planning to get returns on a regular basis, you can use what you've gained to fund your monthly payments. If you are taking a loan for a long-term approach to investing, make sure you are able to afford the monthly payments until the tenor is over. This is an important thing to consider especially if you have a mortgage or other financial commitments. Speak to a qualified financial advisor or wealth manager before making such a move.
Personal loans in the Philippines usually let you borrow up to four times your monthly salary. Depending on your profile and the lender's policies, some banks may lend up to six times your monthly salary.
In general, you should try to find a personal loan with the lowest interest rate. Not only will you save money on interest repayments; you increase the chance of making a profit should your investment prove to yield high returns. Paying back the loan within two to three years also minimises the amount you pay on interest. You can compare interest rates and other personal loan features at MoneyMax.ph.

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