Now servicing the great state of New Hampshire (NH) online
New Hampshire payday loans and personal cash advances are now available online. Need help taking care of an unexpected bill? Utility late? Sale going on? Unexpected vehicle repair needed? Consolidation? No more going to banks and credit unions only to be subjected to tons of paperwork, review processes, and wait periods. We have been helping to provide access to short term lending for over a decade online. By using our award winning platform, you can now have the cash you need as soon as the next business day. Our partner network has grown to over 100+ nationwide lenders who approve applications daily. Why go to one location after the other when you can have access to multiple lending options online all in one place? Your browser also displays the green padlock for https:// secure connection. By submitting your information into our online form, your data is protected using our secure 128-bit encryption SSL connection which insures privacy and confidentiality. New Hampshire residents can now get the cash you need today.
In January 1776, New Hampshire became the first of the British North American colonies to establish a government independent of the Kingdom of Great Britain’s authority, and it was the first to establish its own state constitution. The state has no general sales tax and no personal state income tax (the state does tax, at a 5 percent rate, income from dividends and interest), and the legislature has exercised fiscal restraint. Efforts to diversify the state’s general economy have been ongoing. Reference Wikipedia
- As leaders in the revolutionary cause, New Hampshire delegates received the honor of being the first to vote for the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.
- The first U.S. public library is founded in Peterborough.
- The longest covered bridge, the 460-foot Cornish-Windsor Bridge, crosses the Connecticut River.
- Levi Hutchins of Concord invented the first alarm clock in 1787.
Real Per Capita Income in New Hampshire
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Statute for New Hampshire payday loans and cash advances. Personal loans and installment options qualify for larger amounts through our secure form.
|State||Min/Max Term||Min/Max Loan||Fees and Finance Charges||Status of Laws|
|New Hampshire||7-30 days||$500||Only interest may be charged|
on loans; No fees are permitted
|New Hampshire permits payday lenders to operate and charge any interest rate or fees which the borrower agrees to pay. Lenders must comply with other provisions of the state’s small loan act. New Hampshire removed its interest rate cap effective 1/1/2000.|
(Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Population)
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