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When you apply for a personal loan to pay your taxes, you are asking a lender, such as a bank or credit union, to lend you money to cover the amount of taxes due. If you are approved, you will repay the personal loan plus interest in installments over time. This can be an appealing option because, depending on your credit history, income, and a number of other factors, you may be able to receive a lower interest rate than you would with a credit card.
Because personal loans are typically unsecured, lenders put a high priority on an applicant’s financial profile, such as credit score and debt-to-income ratio, when deciding eligibility. Borrowers with good credit will have lower APRs than those with average or bad credit. APR, or annual percentage rate, is the cost of borrowing a loan over the period of a year. A lower APR indicates a lower total loan cost.