There are of course various types of benefits, just as there are different types of loans. The only question is, if you want a loan, which benefit will become, and which benefit will not be included when it comes to borrowing money. Borrowing money with a benefit is still possible, but the number of benefits that is included in the calculation of a loan is very limited. We have scanned the internet for you and delved into the various acceptance criteria of the banks. In the overviews below you can easily check when borrowing money with a benefit is possible. And of course also when there is no point in a loan to request. This can save a lot of disappointments. In the past, however, benefits were included better than today. Banks have become increasingly strict in lending. And this can certainly be noticed when we look at which benefits are and which are not possible.
Borrowing money with a benefit is possible with:
Borrowing money with a benefit may be possible with the following benefits:
- fixed annuity payment
- retirement income
- AOW pension
- WIA benefit
- WAO benefit
This list is of course not exhaustive, if you have any additional information, or if you have questions about borrowing money with a benefit, you can fill in the response form below. We then ask experts if they would also like to look at the question and give a correct response.
Borrowing money with a benefit is not possible with:
We have to add a little nuance here. If you have a partner who does have income from employment, or a benefit that can be included in the calculation for the money loans. Then a loan can still be possible.
- Social assistance benefit
- unemployment benefits
- WAJONG benefit
- WGA benefit
Is your benefit not listed? Fill in the response form below, and we will process the benefit you mentioned in the correct row as soon as possible.