Wausau, WI Cash Advance and Title Loans

Cash Loan Options in Wausau, WI

Loan TypeLoan Limit
Title Loans$25,000
Installment Loans$3,000
Cash Advance$3,000
How Much Can I Get?
What You Need to Bring In

For Cash Advances and Installment Loans:

  • A recent paycheck stub or other proof of income such as:
    • Social Security Benefits or Pension Benefits – statement of benefits or a bank statement showing direct deposit
    • Child Support – payment stub from a distributing agency or a bank statement showing direct deposit
  • An active checking account
  • A blank check from your checking account
  • Valid driver’s license or state-issued ID

For Title Loans:

  • If you live in Illinois only, a recent paycheck stub or other proof of income such as:
    • Social Security Benefits or Pension Benefits – statement of benefits or a bank statement showing direct deposit
    • Child Support – payment stub from a distributing agency or a bank statement showing direct deposit
  • Vehicle you own and the title
  • Valid driver’s license or state-issued ID

Visit the Cash Store in Wausau, WI

The Cash Store in Wausau, WI is your source for title loans and installment loans. If you are unsure which loan is best for you – don't worry, our friendly and professional staff will help you make the right selection based on your personal needs. Contact us today for more information, or stop by to speak to a Cash Store employee. You could have the money you need, in-hand, before you know it.

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Customer Testimonials in Wausau, WI

"You get in and out fast. Employees know their business and you don't have big delays or waits." - Carol T.

"Nicole did an excellent job walking me through the process of receiving my cash loan. She was extremely friendly and made me feel comfortable taking out a loan I was iffy on." - Danielle Z.

Cash Advance Wausau WI
306 S 17th Ave Ste D, Wausau, WI 54401
Phone: (715) 841-1770, Fax: (715) 841-1771
Store Hours: 10-6 M-F, 10-2 Sat


Half a mile west of Marathon County Fairgrounds and the University of Wisconsin - Marathon County. 1.5 miles west of Wausau Center Mall (across the river).

Closed Holiday Schedule:

New Years, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas

Driving Directions:

From Hwy. 51 exit Hwy. 52/Stewart Avenue (exit #192) and head east for 1 block. Make a left turn onto 17th Avenue going north. The Cash Store is on your left in a strip mall with Starbucks. Country Market and Shopko are approximately 100 yards north of the Cash Store on 17th Avenue.

Public Transit:

There is a Metro Ride Route G bus stop in front of Shopko less than half a mile from the Cash Store along 17th Avenue.
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Additional Facts About Wausau, WI

Take a two hour drive north along Interstate 39 from Madison, WI and you will eventually come across the city of Wausau, Wisconsin. Named after a Chippewa word meaning “a faraway place”, Wausau is the seat of Marathon County and home for 40,000 people. In the early part of the nineteenth century, Wausau became a popular destination for people along the east coast who wanted to head west to make a new life for themselves. The area’s proximity to the Wisconsin River and the burgeoning lumber industry helped to spur on the growth of the city in its early years,

Today, Wausau is known as Arts Town, USA, due to its devotion to the arts. In fact, the city ranks No. 1 in the U.S. for per-capita support of the arts in cities with a population under 125,000. Institutions such as the Woodson Art Museum, promote and display several art exhibitions throughout year and provide a wealth of learning opportunities through workshops and classes. A popular yearly event is the Chalkfest, which gathers artists of all levels and ages for the purpose of brightening up the city’s downtown sidewalks with pastel artwork.

Other festivals include the Balloon and Rib Fest, which, like its name suggests, showcases hot-air balloons. Wausau also hosts Wisconsin’s longest-running blues festival, the Big Bull Falls Blues Fest. This music festival has been bringing musical talent and acts to Wausau’s Fern Island Park for the past 20 years. Thanks to the support of generous sponsors, free smaller festivals dot the calendar, keeping residents and visitors busy, including the Screen on the Green, Concerts on the Square and Harvest Fest.

Finally, Wausau enjoys the presence of fantastic historical structures. The Andrew Warren Historic District is home to two Frank Lloyd Wright designed homes. Another historic home that draws many visitors is the Yawkey House Museum, which houses part of the Marathon County Historical Society and serves as a repository of furnishings and architecture from the city’s past.

Wausau, WI Living Costs
Median Home Price$112,919.00
Average Rent - 1 Bedroom$440.00
Average Rent - 2 Bedrooms$553.00
Average Cost of Dining Out - Dinner$35.75
Average High Speed Internet Bill$30.00
Average Electric Bill$81.24
Average Cable Bill$54.00
Average Phone Bill$30.04
Wausau, WI Transportation Costs
Metro Ride - Adults$1.50
Metro Ride - Senior citizens and disabled$0.75
Metro Ride - 5 thru 18 yrs old$1.25
Metro Ride - 4 yrs old and underFree
Wausau, WI Activities Costs
Andrew Warren Historic DistrictFree
Yawkey House Museum - Adults$7.00
Yawkey House Museum - Senior citizens$6.00
Yawkey House Museum - Students$5.00
Yawkey House Museum - 6 yrs old and underFree
Woodson Art MuseumFree
Chalkfest - Adult registration$15.00
Wausau Balloon Rally and GlowFree
Big Bull Falls Blues Fest$15.00 - $35.00
Screen on the GreenFree
Winter Brew Fest$30.00
Concerts on the SquareFree
Fern Island ParkFree
Harvest FestFree
Winter FestFree
Wausau, WI Sporting Event Costs
Wisconsin Woodchucks Baseball - General Admission$6.00
University of Wisconsin Marathon County - Men’s and Women’s Basketball$5.00

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