If you are a seasonal employee and have bad credit, getting approved for auto financing can be challenging. In fact, your success will largely depend on your income and the stability of your employment.
Car prices can be prohibitive, so many buyers purchase vehicles on credit to pay for the car over time. But because it is such as big expense, it’s important to do some prep work and make sure you understand your financing. Here are some important auto loan considerations you’ll want to think about.
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Buy-here-pay-here (BHPH) dealerships tend to get a lot of bad press, but you won’t necessarily have a negative experience if you purchase a vehicle from one of them.
If you want to trade in a vehicle with negative equity, you will have to deal with the difference between the car’s current value and what you still owe on the loan.
Self-employed car buyers with bad credit should be careful when filling out their tax returns. Claiming a lot of deductions may yield bigger savings, but it will also reduce the size of your reported income.
Bad credit doesn’t necessarily prevent you from being able to trade in a vehicle. However, trading in a vehicle on a bad credit auto loan is typically only possible if it is paid off or you have equity in it.