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Can I take out a loan with benefits?

Frequently asked questions about income

Taking out a loan with benefits can be difficult. Before providing a loan, lenders look at the stability of the borrower's income. A stable income is not always certain with a benefit and that does not make taking out a loan with benefit.

The more stable the payment, the greater the chance that a loan with payment is possible. For taking out a loan with benefits, it is very important that the benefit is paid out in full during the entire term of the loan and that the income from, for example, a disability benefit remains the same. People with an AOW, WAO, WIA or ANW benefit can therefore often take out a loan. The income of benefit recipients who are no longer reassessed, lenders often include 100% in the calculation of a loan with benefits. In other cases, a maximum of 70% of the benefit is included. People with unemployment benefits or unemployment benefits usually do not receive a loan, because they are already on the subsistence level. Do you have a partner with a fixed income? Then there are often more options for a loan with benefits.

Do you receive benefits and are you curious about whether you can take out a loan? Request a quote without obligation and you will hear within one working day whether you can take out a loan with a payment through the Dutch Credit Company. If this is the case, you will also receive quotes from our partners with an offer based on your specific situation.

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