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Payday loans are legal in the following states: Alabama (AL), Alaska (AK), California (CA), Colorado (CO), Delaware (DE), Florida (FL), Hawaii (HI), Idaho (ID), Illinois (IL), Indiana (IN), Iowa (IA), Kansas (KS), Kentucky (KY), Louisiana, Michigan (MI), Minnesota (MN), Mississippi (MS), Missouri (MO), Montana (MT), Nebraska (NE), Nevada (NV), New Hampshire (NH), New Mexico (NM), North Dakota, Oklahoma (OK), Oregon (OR), Rhode Island (RI), South Carolina (SC), South Dakota (ND), Tennessee (TN), Texas (TX), Utah (UT), Virginia (VA), Washington (WA), Wisconsin (WI), Wyoming (WY).
Payday loans are illegal in: Arizona (AZ), Arkansas (AR), Connecticut (CT), Georgia (GA), Maine (ME), Maryland (MD), Massachusetts (MA), New Jersey (NJ) New York (NY), North Carolina (NC), Pennsylvania (PA), Vermont (VT), West Virginia (WV), the District of Columbia (DC).
Amounts: $100, $200, $300, $400, $500, $600, $700, $800, $900, $1000
British Columbia – capped at 23% of the principal (including interests and fees) Alberta – up to 23% Saskatchewan – an interest rate cap of 23% of the principal, a cap of 30% on a defaulted loan Manitoba – at 17% per two weeks Ontario – $21 per $100 borrowed for a period of two weeks New Brunswick – illegal at any rate over 60% per annum Nova Scotia – the maximum rate to 25% Prince Edward Island – $25 per $100 borrowed for a period of two weeks Newfoundland and Labrador – no legislation