If you've declared bankruptcy, chances are very good that you're finding most lenders don't want to even talk to you. But if you want to do an auto bankruptcy loan refinance, you may be surprised to find that there are special finance companies out there that are very willing to do business with people who have had a bankruptcy. It's just a matter of finding the right company to match your particular situation. If your bankruptcy is still in process, it's probably best to wait. You'll either lose your main asset (the vehicle you've financed) through chapter 7 proceedings, or… Read More

If you're looking for a new or used vehicle, and you plan to get financing to make your purchase, chances are that you'll use a car loan calculator to find out exactly how much car you'll be able to afford and to figure out what your monthly payments will be. Using one of these tools will be greatly beneficial as you begin making what might be the most important purchase of the year (or of several years). Here's how a car loan calculator works: you put in the information, press a button, and the system returns a breakdown of the… Read More