Category: Auto Loans
Hyundai Brings Back Exclusive Military Incentive Program

Hyundai has good news for the brave men and women who serve to protect our country. From now through January 2, 2018, active or retired U.S. Military personnel and their spouses will receive $500 off eligible new Hyundai vehicles.

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Buy-Here-Pay-Here Dealerships and Your Legal Rights

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.

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Buying a Car with Negative Equity

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.

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Self-Employed Bad Credit Car Buyers and Tax Returns

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.

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How to Get Rid of a Car That You Are Upside Down On

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.

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What You Need to Bring with You to the Dealership

You are required to bring more documentation to the dealership when taking out a bad credit auto loan. You can avoid having to make multiple trips to the dealership by having these documents ready to go the first time.

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Using a UAW Profit-Sharing Check as a Down Payment on a Car

Are you an hourly UAW employee? If so, you should know that a profit-sharing check would make an excellent down payment on a brand new vehicle.

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