Chang Fu

Chang is an avid writer, among other things, at Possible. He grew up loving reading and writing, creating his own poems and even a book he's now hidden in an old closet, unpublished. His financial experience at a large bank along with his passion for technology to help underserved communities inspires him to write for Possible.

Posts by Chang Fu

How To Pay for a Wedding and Still Have Your Dream Day

Don’t let wedding sticker shock stop you from planning your dream day. We have expert advice on how to pay for a wedding, plus savings tips to stay on budget.

7 Ways to Borrow Money Instantly | Possible Finance

Loans and financing open up whole new options and possibilities for what you can accomplish. However, one of the biggest hurdles to conventional loans and some other forms of borrowing is the time required to process your paperwork. Depending on the type of loan, the loan provider, and your finances, completing the loan process and actually getting approved...

Splurge Without Sacrifice: How To Pamper Yourself on a Budget

Pandemic fatigue has created an increase in discretionary spending, cueing an entirely new form of expenditure: revenge shopping. Nearly 51 percent of American consumers intend to splurge either immediately or after the pandemic ends. While...

37 Women and Money Statistics + Female Financial Empowerment

Possible was created with a mission to provide financial fairness for every American. Our product exists in pursuit of bettering the economic situations for underrepresented groups with transparency and positive change in our community.  There...

10 Tips to Help You Get Out of Debt

There’s a four-letter word that can wreak havoc on your finances—debt. While loans and credit cards are useful financial tools, their interest expenses can rack up if you don’t pay them back on time. If you’re wondering how to get out of debt, you’re in the right place...

What Are Payday Loans? How They Work + What To Avoid

Browsing options for a cash advance may warrant the question, “what are payday loans?” In short, they’re short-term, high-interest loans, usually for $500 or less.

Health and Money: 10 Ways Your Financial Wealth Impacts Your Health

Today, the most important piece of gym equipment is the ATM.  In the past decade, consumer credit debt alone has more than doubled, increasing by nearly 58 percent from about $2,663,780 to $4,205,759 according to...

Rainy Day Funds: Why You Need One

Saving is a common component for anyone dealing with finances. It can lead to you buying a car or house or affording a lush vacation. A rainy day fund isn’t as exciting as those prospects, but it is an important saving strategy for when trouble strikes, for example, the Covid-19 pandemic.

What is Installment Credit?

What is installment credit? It’s another term for an installment loan or installment debt in which you make fixed installment payments, whether weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly payments, over a set period of time. Mortgages, car loans, and personal loans are common types of installment credit...

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