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Get your Dream Car - Get a Car Loan


You've probably spent years thinking that your dream car is out of your reach. But have you though about a car loan? That car you've always wanted could be just within your grasp!

America is a nation of car owners. With over 133 million cars on the road, that means that there are 1.24 cars to every house in America! The amazing fact is that over 70% of these vehicles are purchased using car loans.

With a huge range of car loans available such as direct loans or dealer loans, it's difficult to work out how much you can afford or which is best for you. Follow these top ten tips and you can't go wrong!

Top Ten Tips - Getting the right car loan for you

1. Before anything, check your credit rating. If you have a credit score


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New York Times

An Alternative to Payday Loans, but It's Still High Cost
New York Times
U.S. Bank, one of the country's biggest banks, has again begun offering customers small, high-cost loans, saying the loans now have safeguards to help keep borrowers from getting in over their heads. The loans, between $100 and $1,000, are meant to ...

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Bloomberg

Leveraged Loans Fly Off the Shelves as Risk Ratchets Higher ...
Bloomberg
Money managers, eager for assets whose yields rise as the Federal Reserve hikes rates, snatched up some of the year's biggest leveraged loan offerings this ...

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CNBC

The Education Department data shows how rare loan forgiveness is
CNBC
The Education Department reports that less than 100 people have had their student loans forgiven under the public service loan forgiveness program.
People who worked 10 years for student loan forgiveness get shaftedMinnesota Public Radio News (blog)
Loan Forgiveness Program Accepts Few Borrowers | PYMNTS.comPYMNTS.com

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U.S News & World Report Money

What Is a Credit-Builder Loan (and Should You Get One)?
U.S News & World Report Money
That's where credit-builder loans come in. These atypical loans, which are mainly offered by community banks and credit unions, give borrowers a chance to show they can make regular payments and ultimately build or rebuild a positive credit history.

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CNBC

This type of loan doesn't help your credit score, even if you stay on top of it
CNBC
Paying down a loan on time is a good way to build a positive credit history and improve your credit score. But those using a payday loan shouldn't expect any good marks in their credit file if they pay on time. Also called cash advances, payday loans ...

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Tampa Bay Times

Federal loans open to Pinellas businesses struggling against Red Tide
Tampa Bay Times
Already, the Pinellas County Economic Development Office was taking applications for bridge loans to help small beach-side businesses get through the sudden loss of income. Those loans are meant to hold businesses over until the federal program kicks in.

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Black students default on college loans at a higher rate than Latinors ...
The Hechinger Report
Editor's note: This story led off this week's Higher Education newsletter, which is delivered free to subscribers' inboxes every Thursday with trends and top stories ...

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Wisconsin offers loans to homeowners, businesses for flood repairs
La Crosse Tribune
No-interest loans will be available throughout southern Wisconsin for homeowners and small business owners who intend to rebuild. But there was a bigger question in the room, Seland's Karpetland showroom on Central Avenue: What about the long term?



Washington Times

Debt diary: How an engineer digs out of $100000 in loans
Minneapolis Star Tribune
But the civil engineer owes almost six figures in college loans, so she parked outside a Dunkin' Donuts and watched the clock until the 99-cent drink special kicked in. This is life for Beranek, who is paying down around $93,000 in student loans from ...
How to Pay Off Student Loans FastNerdWallet

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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Francis: 401(k) plans evolve to help young workers pay off student loans and save for retirement
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Last month, the IRS opened the door to “the next big thing” in 401(k) plans when it approved Abbott Laboratories' request to match employees' student loan payments with a contribution to their 401(k) account. Many believe this IRS approval foreshadows ...


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