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Get Money! Tips on Getting an Auto Loan

by Melissa Crumish on

Twenty minutes into your auto search, you spy the car of choice at a local dealership. The how behind financing it has no bearing. All that matters is that your name goes on its title. Emotional appeal trumps financial realities. You feel good. But… Just as you’re about to agree to buy, pragmatism floods your […]

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Why Consider Resale Value Before Buying a Car by Kat Saks on

There are many things to consider when buying a car, including price, payment plan, and whether the seller can be trusted. All legitimate concerns that can sometimes cause you to overlook the vehicle’s resale potential. If you think you might sell the car at some point down the road, you should give thought to the resale […]

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What to Disclose When Selling a Used Car by Melissa Crumish on

After cleaning your used car in preparation for selling it, you now must decide how much information to disclose when talking with prospective buyers. This conversation can make or break auto sales. To help with your sales pitch, consider the following advice: Be honest. A potential buyer can verify if you’re being up front or […]

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Tips on Selling Your Car to a Dealer by Kathy Teel on

Selling a car to a dealer is much easier than trying to sell it yourself. Dealers specialize in auto sales, after all. Still, before you walk into the dealership and hand over the keys, be sure to take the following steps to save yourself time, money, and a headache later on. Know the Trade-In Value […]

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Income Tax Implications of Selling a Used Car by Melissa Crumish on

There are many things to consider when selling a used car; some less obvious than others, including income tax liability. Income Tax Liability When Selling Your Used Car In a nutshell, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) views all personal vehicles as capital assets. If you sell it for less than the original purchase price, it’s […]

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