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Steve Cypher


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Paying Taxes on a Repossession Paying Taxes on a Repossession

Borrowers having problems paying their car loans should call the lender and explain their situation. Not only is repossession is a black mark on their credit reports – often preventing them from getting a car loan for at least a year, it could end up costing them hundreds if not thousands of dollars in taxes owed to the government.

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Get a Car Loan with a Repo Get a Car Loan with a Repo

For those unfamiliar with what the phrase buy here pay here means, it refers to a car dealer where you can not only purchase a car, but a dealership where you can finance it, right there, as well. In this case financing is arranged with money that is borrowed from the dealer instead of a bank, credit union or finance company.

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Auto Financing with a Recent Repossession Auto Financing with a Recent Repossession

In most cases, consumers who have had a vehicle repossessed will need to wait at least a year until they can expect to get approved for a car loan with a subprime lender. While there are exceptions to this rule and buyers should still give it a try, the number of lenders willing to do this is so small that most borrowers should be prepared for a high interest rate and with the large down payment BHPH dealers will require, if they need a vehicle right away.

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