Do’s & Don’ts of Saving Money


Do: Plan ahead when grocery shopping. Cut coupons, make a list, and price match. How much money can you save in one trip to the store? Don’t: Impulse buy or use coupons just because you have them. Going into the grocery store without a plan is dangerous! Make sure that you are monitoring what you… Read more »

How to Maintain the Value of Your Vehicle


Maintaining the value of your vehicle is important for several reasons. Whether you want to sell it, trade it, or use your vehicle title for a loan or pawn, it is important to consider the factors that determine your vehicle’s worth. These factors include condition, age, and total mileage. While some of these factors are… Read more »

How to Build an Emergency Fund


Emergencies happen daily, and it is important to be prepared for life’s unexpected events. Now that you’ve learned different ways to stop living from paycheck-to-paycheck, it’s time to learn about how you can plan ahead for financial emergencies. Remember, an emergency fund is not for extras or wants. It is just there for when you… Read more »

MAXimum Savings for Football Season


Football season is upon us, and TitleMax®  wants you to MAXimize your savings this year. In order to make your budget last until the last game, follow our three budget-friendly tips you can implement into your busy schedule. Buy in bulk. For tailgating or cooking at home, stores such as Costco & Sam’s Club offer… Read more »

Everyday Money Saving Tips & Tricks


No matter your financial situation, there is always room to save. Whether at the grocery store, or around the house, there are always opportunities to spend less and save more. So why is saving so hard? It’s because saving money requires you to change your habits and lifestyle. It requires you to eat out less,… Read more »

How to Stay Organized in College


Follow our 5 easy tips for MAXimum organization this semester. Use a planner. Planners can be a simple way to keep track of any upcoming tests, events, or items that need to be done. Allow 5 to 10 minutes at the end of each class period to make any notes about upcoming assignments, tests, or… Read more »

Max out Your Dorm Room


College isn’t all about classes, tests and degrees. While those things are important, the college experience is about growing and gaining new perspectives. A great way to start this path is to make yourself at home. Many incoming freshman live is dorms, and some stay there until graduation. It is important to make a space… Read more »

* Maximum loan amount in Ohio is $5,000. Maximum loan amount in Illinois is $4,000. Maximum loan amount in Mississippi and Tennessee is $2,500. Maximum loan amount in select Texas stores is $1,340.

** Car title loans may require a credit check in California. Motorcycle title loan and pawn approval requires satisfaction of all loan eligibility requirements including a vehicle evaluation and a credit check.

*** To be approved for a title loan or pawn, you must be at least 18 years of age (19 in Alabama). Account approval subject to vehicle inspection, appraisal, and, if applicable, a credit check.

† Proof of income is required in Illinois, South Carolina, and California. In California you are also required to provide proof of residency, and a valid vehicle registration to obtain a loan.

‡ Signature and personal loans are offered by an affiliate of TitleMax and are currently only available in Georgia and Florida. Loan amounts differ at Florida InstaLoan locations. Account approval requires satisfaction of all loan eligibility requirements, including a credit inquiry, and, if applicable, motor vehicle appraisal.

§ Refinancing of a competitor’s title loan is not available in Mississippi or Virginia. In Illinois, you are required to have reduced your original principal balance by 20% before refinancing. TitleMax brands, including TitleBucks, Instaloan, and Equity Auto Loan, are not considered competitors. Please see a store associate for details.

- TitleMax of Virginia, Inc. d/b/a TitleMax is licensed by the Virginia State Corporation Commission, license number VTL-11.

- TMX Finance of Virginia, Inc. d/b/a TitleMax Loans of Virginia is licensed by the Virginia State Corporation Commission.

- In Ohio and some locations in Texas, TitleMax will act as a Credit Services Organization to assist you in obtaining a loan. Your loan may be made by an unaffiliated third party Lender. Please see store associate for details. TitleMax of Ohio, Inc., Credit Services Organization Certificate No: CS.900193.000. Please see Important Texas Disclosures.

- In GA, TitleMax offers Title Pawns.

– In CA, Loans are made by TitleMax of California, Inc., California Finance Lenders Law License No. 603K014.