When an emergency arrives and you are in need of cash fast, life can be very stressful. Payday loans are one of the easiest and most effective ways to handle your temporary hardship. You will hear these loans also commonly referred to as “payday advance loans.”

These loans are usually only for a small amount that is to be repaid in full in a short amount of time. But how much the lender is willing to lend will be decided by many different factors.

So what factors affect the amount the bank is willing to loan?

The amount of cash these type of companies are allowed to lend out will depend entirely on the potential borrowers current situation. You are only allowed to borrower money that you can afford to pay back. They will always do a careful review of the individuals credit history to see how they have managed other debts in the past, and to see what other loansĀ  you have acquired.

Also the age the borrower is an important factor that will help decide how much the company can lend. They tend to feel that most people over the age of thirty and have maintained a steady job, are more wise when it comes to managing their money.

Another major factor in determining how much they allow you to borrow is the amount of cash you bring home each month. If you barely make enough to cover all of your current expenses it is likely they will only lend a very small amount. Most companies will make sure that you do not acquire more debt than you can handle. But if you make a decent amount and are just in need of some fast cash, the payday company should have no problem loaning the amount needed.

It is very important you make sure to repay all the funds on the agreed date. If you fail to do this the lender will more than likely begin to deduct money from your bank account to cover the funds borrowed.

Moe Bedard
My name is Maurice "Moe" Bedard. I am the founder of America's #1 Mortgage Forum, LoanSafe.org. My online work has been featured in the New York Times, LA Times, Fox Business, and many other media publications.