Welcome To NLRB Financial Consumer Union
Bringing “Private Banking” financial information about annuities, structured settlements and more to the middle class of America.
Annuities and structured settlements can be difficult to understand. Our job is to explain them in an easy way so you can make wise financial decisions for you and your family.
Sometimes the steady income from structured settlements is just not enough to cover your immediate financial needs. You need more. A lot more.
- More About Structured Settlements
- Structured Settlement Brokers: How To Choose The Best?
- Personal Injury Settlements
- Workers’ Compensation
Why Sell Your Payments?
Financial priorities constantly change. Cars break down, houses need repair, your health can decline and student loans come due. Often these events happen just when you can’t afford them. Learn how selling your future payments for cash can be the solution.
- Anchor your portfolio
- Improve your home(s)
- Help with your credit debt
- Buy or improve a business
- Finish your degree
- Pay off student loans
- Free Yourself from Debt
- Buy Your First Home
- Pay Medical Bills
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Structured Settlement Loans Pros and Cons When it comes to personal injury and accident lawsuits, most of them never see the inside of a courtroom. Why? Both parties choose to reach a fair and equitable settlement advances instead of a lengthy court battle. How this works is the plaintiff (the person who suffered the injury)…
We live in an age where you want things now and pay for them later. Sure, you may think that promotion is going to come through with a pay raise, or the nice bonus, but human nature is you will spend long before you acquire and that creates debt. Because that “sure thing” sometimes doesn’t…