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Did you know that March 20 is National Propose Day? In 2018, this is also the first day of spring. (Fun fact: This is the first of two proposal days each year. The next one is on the first day of fall.)
So, will you be getting engaged on March 20 this year? Why or why not? Is the cost of simply getting by from week to week delaying your ability to pop the question? Have you been using payday loans to get your finances in order?
A payday loan is a short-term borrowing option that could help you cover unexpected expenses between paychecks. The fact of the matter is, the cash is yours to use in whatever way you choose, and you can use the spending power of your next paycheck to get emergency cash in as little as 3
If you could qualify for a payday loan, would you get one? What if you could get up to $1,200 in cash today, regardless of your credit?
You could probably use some extra cash to help cover those unexpected engagement deposits, which you've no doubt heard can be quite pricey in the United States. For one thing, the average cost of a diamond engagement ring is almost $6,000. You've probably heard the "rule" that you should spend the equivalent of 2 month's salary on an engagement ring. If youare like so many other couples, you'll probably hire a photographer, which often runs about $200-$250 for an engagement shoot.
By using the funds from a payday loan, you could cover the down payment on an engagement ring, or secure the services of a wedding vendor before they commit to another engagement.
Getting engaged and planning a wedding requires a lot of running around, meeting with caterers, doing cake tastings and countless other errands and side-trips to ensure every detail is perfect. With a payday loan, you could keep gas in the tank and make sure your vehicle is properly maintained. After all, you're in this for the long haul, and your car needs to be able to get you there
If you're struggling to make ends meet for an upcoming engagement, you aren't alone. Even a simple wedding can be expensive, but money isn't everything. For one thing, once you've found the person you want to spend the rest of your life with, which is priceless. Not only have you found a friend and companion, you've also found your "Forever Valentine." Nobody wants to plan their future with financial problems holding them back.
So, what are you waiting for? If you're ready to ask for your loved one's hand in marriage, why not make it official on the first day of spring? What better way to start your new life together than in the season of promise and new beginnings?