Compare personal loans for casual employees

Don't feel locked out of the market because you're not a full-time worker. Compare personal loans for casual employees now. - Data last updated on 21 Aug 2019

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Who offers personal loans for casual employees?

Though casual employees could have a hard time getting a personal loan approved by a major bank or financial institution, many smaller banks and lenders will approval personal loans for casual employees who meet their eligibility criteria. Such criteria could include the following:

  • A minimum age of 18
  • A minimum yearly income, which would vary with each lender
  • A minimum period of employment at current employer
  • A good credit rating

Interest rates for casual employees

As a casual employee would be considered a higher-risk borrower, personal loans for casual employees might attract a higher-than-usual interest rate. While this could reduce the risk factor for the lender, it would result in higher weekly or monthly repayments.

Essential documents for casual employees

As with all personal loans, casual employees applying for a personal loan will have to provide the lender with various documents to prove their eligibility for the loan. These will vary with the lender, and could include the following:

  • Proof of identity such as a passport or driver’s licence
  • Proof of income such as recent pay slips and tax returns
  • Proof of financial status such bank statements and credit card statements

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