HOW TO SAY 'NO'
It creates an awkward situation when family,
friends or even your children ask to borrow money from you. If
you are unable to satisfy their request, saying 'no' can be
Listen to the entire request carefully
When a friend or family member is going through hard times,
in addition to money, they likely want/need someone to talk to
and vent. Providing your complete support and attention
can be extremely helpful and considered caring.
Provide a legitimate reason for saying 'no'
Don't just give them a big fat 'no'. Let them know why you are
declining to lend money. If they can not accept your reasoning
then they likely are only worried about themselves and their
feelings (narcissistic). You may learn one's true colors in a
situation like this. Don't get sucked into a back and forth
conversation. Be gentle but firm!
Provide alternate ideas for borrowing and/or accomplishing
If you are unable to provide any financing, give some proposals
for completing objective or other means of borrowing. If you
have a child that is looking for help buying a car,
consider helping them find a job so that they can save for a car
and let them borrow your car when it is convenient for you.
Analyze your own situation
Before lending money or
co-signing a loan, carefully take a look
at your own personal financial situation. Are you have a hard
time meeting your own expenses every month? Then why would you
put yourself in a financial hole by lending money or co-signing
a loan. Remember, if the loan you co-sign is defaulted, then you
are on the hook for the entire owed amount.
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