The maximum loan amount in Nebraska is $500. Your loan term can be up to 34 days. The maximum finance charge is $15 for every $100 borrowed, or pro rata for the amount on the check. That means if you were taking out a 14-day, $100 loan, your finance charge would at most be $15.
You cannot get more than one cash advance from one Nebraska lender if the sum of the two outstanding loans would be over $500. Where applicable, a lender is allowed to charge you a $15 NSF fee.
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Nebraska is a state in the center of the United States. Its capital is Lincoln and the largest city is Omaha. It touches the states of Wyoming, South Dakota, Iowa, Missouri, Colorado and Kansas.
Nebraska is known for its agriculture, especially beef and corn.
Nebraska has hot summers and cold winters. A temperature of 30 °C (which is about 86 °F) is common in the summer, and in the winter it can be -20 °C (which is about -4 °F) or colder at night.
On May 30, 1854, the United States government made a law called the Kansas-Nebraska Act. It made two territories called Kansas Territory and Nebraska Territory. In the 1860s, many people moved there to take free land from the government. Nebraska became a state on March 1, 1867.