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A signature loan can be used for almost anything, including consolidating debt, improving your home and making a large purchase. Some things that you cannot use a signature loan for include investments, illegal activities and, sometimes, secondary education expenses. Keep in mind that a signature loan is the same as an unsecured personal loan, so they can be used in the same ways.
10 Ways to Use a Signature Loan
- Debt consolidation
- Home improvements
- Medical bills
- Emergency expenses
- Car repairs
- Starting a small business
- Veterinary costs
- Other large purchases
Using a signature loan for a wedding or a vacation is possible, but it’s not a good idea. You will end up paying more for the event due to the fees and interest charges associated with the loan. Instead, you should save your money for these expenses.
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