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Quincy, IL Cash Advance and Title Loans

Loan Options in Quincy, IL Loan Limit*
Cash Advance/Installment Loans $2,650
Title Loans $4,000
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Required Documents

  • Your most recent paycheck stub or other proof of income
  • The most recent checking account statement (account must be open 30 days)
  • A personal check and/or debit card
  • Valid driver’s license or state-issued ID

5205 Broadway St, Quincy, IL 62305

Phone: (217) 228-1200

Store Hours: 10-6 M-F, 10-2 Sat

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3 miles east of Quincy University. 2 miles east of Quincy Mall. On the opposite side of Broadway St. facing the Quincy Memorial Park.

Public Transit:

There is a bus stop located at 52nd & Broadway St, across the street from the Cash Store.

Driving Directions:

From IH-172 exit Broadway Street (Hwy. 104). Go west on Broadway Street for about 0.5 miles. The Cash Store will be on your right, next to the Ford dealership and across the street from the Quincy Memorial Park.

Additional information about Quincy, Illinois

If you look at a map of the State of Illinois, along its western border, there is a very noticeable bulge that extends west from the center of the state. The geographical region that makes up this bulge is called Forgottonia, and the principal city and cultural center of Forgottonia is the city of Quincy, Illinois. Quincy was once the second largest city in Illinois, a major transportation hub, and has a very colorful history that was shaped by such things as the Mormon Exodus to Utah, the Civil War, and the Mississippi River.

Today, Quincy is the county seat of Adams County, Illinois and home to nearly 41,000 people. In recent years, the city has received various honors for being a great place to live. On two separate occasions in the 1980’s, Quincy was recognized as an All American city. It is a regular participant in the Tree City USA initiative sponsored by the National Arbor Day Foundation which raises awareness about tree care programs. And finally, in 2010, Quincy was named as the eighth best small city to raise a family by Forbes Magazine.
Quincy, IL Facts
Estimated Population 40,633
Population Change Since 2000 -2.27%
Median Age 39
Estimated Number of Housholds 17,151
Unemployment Rate 6.30%
Average Household Income $38,096.00
Median Home Cost $104,200.00
Median Rent $564.00
Average Electric Bill $97.82
Average Phone Bill $22.67
Quincy, IL Transportation Costs
Quincy Transit Lines - Regular Fare $0.50 
Quincy Transit Lines - 4 yrs and under FREE
Quincy Transit Lines - 65 yrs and over FREE
Quincy Transit Lines - Students 5 to 18 yrs $0.25
Quincy, IL Arts and Outdoors Costs
Quincy Museum - Adults $5.00
Quincy Museum - 3 to 18 yrs $3.00
Artoberfest - Adults $3.00
Artoberfest - Seniors, Students, and Children $1.00
The "Smoke on the River" BBQ Competition FREE
Midsummer Arts Faire FREE
Christmas Candelight Tour FREE
Quincy, IL Sporting Event Costs
Quincy Gems - Adults $5.00
Quincy Gems - 7 yrs and Under FREE with Adult
Quincy Gems - 65 yrs and Over $4.00
Pepsi Little People's Golf Championships FREE
Quincy Breakfast Optimist Club's Soapbox Derby Race FREE


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