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Compare loans for people on disability
On a limited income? You still have options when you need extra cash.
Loans for people on disability — often called SSI loans — are available even if you have a limited income or less-than-stellar credit. While short-term loans are the easiest to qualify for, you may be able to find more competitive offers from federal credit unions or even the federal government.
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