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  • New Car Rebates and Incentives: January 9, 2014

    Two weeks into 2014 and the rebates and incentives on new cars and new trucks keep coming.  Our most recent list begins with the 2014 Ford Fiesta subcompact and its offer......

  • 5 Tips for Refinancing an Auto Loan

    Since the end of 2008, and until U.S. unemployment and inflation rates drop and stabilize, the Federal Reserve is holding......

  • How Auto Loan Rates Are Calculated

    Unless you’ve got a huge pile of cash stacked up and nothing else to do with it, odds are when you buy a car you’re going to need to borrow the money to purchase it. In other......

  • What Are No Credit Car Loans?

    At their essence, no credit car loans are exactly what their name implies — car loans extended to individuals with either no prior credit histories, limited credit histories, or poor credit......

  • Tips on Finding the Best Auto Loan Rates

    Finding the best auto loan rates hasn’t been easier than it is today, especially if you have excellent credit. An October, 2012 report by Automotive News said that banks......

  • How to Apply for Used Car Loans Online

    Applying for used car loans online is easy, especially now that post-recession credit is widely available to prime and sub-prime......

  • How to Get Auto Financing for Bad Credit

    Obtaining auto financing for bad-credit customers is not as difficult as one might expect, but bad credit auto financing exacts a financial penalty in the form of high interest rates......

  • Tips on Getting a Car Loan After Bankruptcy

    Buying a car after bankruptcy is not impossible. In fact, some experts think that obtaining a car loan after bankruptcy is one of the best ways a consumer can rebuild......

  • Tips for Refinancing a Car

    Although Government Federal Reserve Bank Interest Rates are still at an incredibly low rate, the percentage of interest governed by that Governmental body usually has much more of an impact on......

  • What Does it Mean to be Upside Down on a Car Loan?

    When you have an upside down car loan (which can also sometimes be referred to as being “underwater”), it simply means that you currently owe your finance lender......