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CapitaLand is putting over 20,000 solar panels on 6 of its buildings – that’s enough power for 2,300 HDB flats a year

The combined solar panel facility could be the largest of its kind in Singapore by a real estate company.

6 times it’s smarter to use a personal loan instead of a credit card

Personal loans have have lower interest rates than credit cards, little impact on your credit score, and a structured repayment plan.
To get a bank loan, make sure you have a plan to pay it back.

How to borrow money with a bank loan

Generally, to get a bank loan you'll need to be an existing customer with good credit. If you want to apply, you should check your credit first.
Borrowers with bad credit can get a loan — it's just a little harder.

How to get a loan, even if you have bad credit

It's not impossible to get a loan with bad credit, but you'll need to consider all the options — like a secured loan, a credit union, or a cosigner.
Before you start shopping for a loan, make sure your credit is as strong as possible.

Here’s exactly how to borrow money with a personal loan

The first step to get a loan is checking and improving your credit. You'll get multiple lender quotes, and you'll want to be the best possible buyer.

How to decide whether you should use a credit card or a loan to borrow money

Deciding between using a credit card or a personal loan to borrow money? Here are the pros and cons to each, and how to choose which is best for you.

OCBC is now offering instant approval for cards and loans, and credit cards will even be delivered on the same day

OCBC Bank said it would include mortgage and car loans under the scheme "in the near future".
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez speaks about climate change and her "Green New Deal" in Washington.

The vast majority of Republicans support Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders’ plan to cap credit-card interest rates at 15%

Overall, about 68% of respondents said they either support or strongly support the plan, the Loan Shark Prevention Act.
To match Special Report SEC/INVESTIGATIONS

The SEC hit Silicon Valley lender Prosper with a $3 million fine for inflating its returns to ‘tens of thousands of investors’

The Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday said online lender Prosper would pay a $3 million penalty for inflating returns to investors.

Rising household debt in China could threaten growth and financial stability, Fed economists warn

Household debt has cast uncertainty on growth and financial stability in the world's second-largest economy.