Day: September 4, 2020

9 of the best personal loans in 2020

These are some of the best personal loan lenders in 2020. (iStock)

If you’re running behind on your monthly payments and you need money fast, taking out a personal loan can often give you access to the fast funding you need. Fortunately, there are plenty of personal loan lenders you can choose from, each with their own term lengths and eligibility requirements.

Don’t worry about having to navigate personal loan options on your own. Credible can help compare personal loan companies (and hopefully land you some of the lowest rates for what you’re looking for). Below is a list of some of the best personal loan companies that are likely to ensure customer satisfaction, according to Credible’s financial experts.

Axos Bank

Axos Bank offers personal loan options for debt consolidation, home improvement, and other purposes. Borrowers in all 50 states can gain access to up to $35,000 in

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Kona Gold Solutions, Inc. Announces International Distribution Agreement with Global Imports LLC

MELBOURNE, Fla., Aug. 31, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Kona Gold Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB: KGKG), a holding company focused on product development in the hemp and CBD functional beverage sector, is pleased to announce it has entered into an agreement with Global Imports LLC, who will exclusively distribute Kona Gold Hemp Energy Drinks Internationally. Global Imports, based out of North Carolina, have partnerships around the world and will be focusing on bringing Kona Gold Hemp Energy Drinks to key international markets.

Global Imports LLC is a Supply Chain, Distribution, and Logistics company with firm roots in the Importing & Exporting Business. Global Imports started as an Importing & Exporting Business managing a variety of goods from locations all across the Globe to the United States and other Countries abroad. After creating an extensive network abroad, Global Imports has since expanded operations into Wholesale, Distribution, Supply Chain, and Logistics. By providing

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How to find a job in India when you’re LGBTQI+

While India decriminalised homosexuality two years ago, most Indian companies are still taking the first steps towards gender diversity.

The representation of LGBTQI+ employees at large and small Indian companies is still significantly low. To top this, in India, 79% of the LGBTQI+ employees have indicated that their career growth has slowed down because of their gender identity and expression, and revealing their sexual orientation, according to a recent report by Accenture (pdf).

In this scenario, many employees choose to keep their identities private. According to the Accenture report, only 40% of employees across 26 countries globally are open about their gender expression. Yet, there are some companies in India that are not only vocal about their goals for a gender-diverse workplace but also hire affirmatively.

To tap into this network of inclusion, there’s plenty an LGBTQI+ job seeker could do—including, in some cases, signifying one’s identity on one’s resumé.

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Bank loans to small, big businesses breach P96B

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Bank lending to small and large businesses have exceeded P96 billion as of late July after the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) relaxed reserve requirement rules for lenders.

In a statement on Tuesday, the central bank said it saw “an increase in the amount of bank loans extended to micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), as well as [to] large enterprises that are booked in compliance with their reserve requirements, following BSP’s relief measures to ease the impact of the Covid-19 (coronavirus disease 2019) pandemic.”

Citing preliminary data, the Bangko Sentral reported that 97 banks extended loans to MSMEs as an alternative mode of compliance with their reserve requirements with an average daily balance of P84.2 billion as of the reserve week ending July 23.

The amount was a 750.5-percent increase from the P9.9 billion average daily balance used by 55 banks after the

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