PayDay was first introduced in 1932 by Frank Martoccio. Martoccio founded the F.A. Martoccio Macaroni Company, and also later served as head of the Hollywood Candy Company. Hollywood also produced the ZERO bar. In 1938, Hollywood moved to Centralia, Illinois. In 1967, the Martoccio family sold Hollywood Brands to Consolidated Foods, which later became Sara Lee. Fire destroyed the Centralia plant in 1980. Production of the PayDay bar continued with help from the L.S. Heath and Sons Company until a new facility could be constructed. In 1988, Hollywood Brands was acquired by the Leaf Candy Company, and then later became part of The Hershey Company in 1996.
Online loans can provide the money you need now to deal with your emergency which you pay back later. If approved, you can use these funds for any emergency, such as car repairs, groceries, medicine, gas or any other reasons. In many cases, a LendUp loan can eliminate the risk of overdraft fees, bad check fees or late fees. Most importantly, cash-advance options can help you take care of your family and tie you over until your next check comes in. You should not consider a cash advance to be a long-term solution to a financial crisis. Rather, these loans are for short-term purposes. These loans have payment plans that intend for you to repay them over a short period of time. These loans are only for those people who are confident that they will be able to repay the loan.
Join us Thursday, December 13th at 11am MST for our next webinar! Confused about which OSHA reporting and recordkeeping requirements apply to your organization? In this session, we’ll review these requirements – who they apply to, what your company must do for compliance, and when to complete various responsibilities. We’ll review the OSHA 300 forms in detail, and will cover OSHA’s new electronic submission of injury and illness records requirements.
Payday loans have been in the news a lot recently, but not all short-term loans carry the same risks. LendUp Loans are an alternative to traditional payday loans from a licensed lender. A typical payday loan is exactly that: You borrow money against your next paycheck. However, borrowing against your paycheck often imposes several restrictions on this type of lending: