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A Personal Loan allows you to get cash without providing any security or collaterals to the bank. A variant of this is a Salary Transfer Loan that allows you to get better interest rate from your bank in UAE.

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Having a credit card in Dubai/UAE is a double edged sword. You can shop when there is a big sale without having cash in hand and then pay later but if you do not pay on time, your credit card interest rate could be as high as 36%.

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If you want finance for your business, you can either seek options for Business Loans in UAE offered by banks/institutions or get a specific credit line for Letter of Credit, Bill Discounting, Overdraft or other credit facilities.
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Life Insurance in Dubai is the most sold and almost always mis-sold product in the market. Our section tries to demystify this and explains the various types of insurance plans available in the UAE.

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Loans in Dubai and all over UAE

Loans in UAE is extended to employees as well as to self employed professionals. Banks look at the income as well as the repayment capability an individual has before extending personal loans in Dubai. The interest rate and the tenor of availing loans in UAE depends upon the employer/company background and the loan seeker's exiting debt.

Before applying for personal loans in Dubai, one has to be absolutely certain about the requirement of the loan and its end use. If you are very well planned with your financial matters, you would take a loan to invest in something that would yield better returns than the interest you pay for the loan. However, in most other cases people borrow for meeting their lifestyle expenses and Dubai being a city of choices has a lot to offer for spending money! Personal Loans, Credit Cards, Car Loans and Mortgage is offered by multiple providers in the UAE and MoneyGulf is here to help you choose the right bank for your personal financial needs.

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