Advance pay service may reduce use of payday loans
Wednesday, 7 November 2018 () NEW YORK (AP) — Americans take out roughly $50 billion in payday loans a year, each racking up hundreds of dollars in fees and interest. But a small and growing service that allows its users to take an advance on their paycheck might be giving the payday loan industry a run for its money. San Francisco-based financial technology company Even made headlines late last year when Walmart, the nation's largest private employer, announced it would start offering Even's service as part of its employee benefits package. Along with providing tools that allow employees to track their spending and save money, Even features Instapay, which allows users to advance some of their next paycheck up to 13 days before payday.
Abortions by Mail Now Available for Women in the US Dr. Rebecca Gomperts, the founder of Women on Web, has launched a new service to help women in the U.S. The service has been declared safe by several..