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Understanding how to refinance an auto loan starts with checking the value of your car.

How to refinance an auto loan, and when it makes sense to do it

If you're considering an auto loan refinance, you may not know where to start. This step-by-step guide will show you how to refinance an auto loan.
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2 years after buying my first car, I’m getting offers in the mail to refinance my auto loan. Here’s how I’ll figure out if any are w...

I've been getting offers in the mail to refinance my auto loan, and for the first time I'm considering it. But first, I have to do some research.
It's really not that hard.

How to finance a car and get yourself on the road

If you want a great deal, it's important to know how to finance a car before walking into the dealership.

The 7 most expensive things you’ll ever pay for, according to financial planners

Houses are the biggest expense, but CFPs mentioned things like health insurance, taxes, and even furniture as the most costly things Americans buy.

Millennials should do this if they want to get a great deal on a car

It's better to buy a high-quality certified pre-owned vehicle, pay it off on whatever schedule works for your budget, and keep it for 20 years.

Goldman Sachs flagged 5 ‘pockets of risk’ that could spark a recession

Goldman Sachs flagged bonds, leveraged loans, auto loans, student loans and commercial real estate as 'pockets of risk' for the US economy.

Everyone is suddenly worried out about the soaring number of Americans who are falling behind on their auto loans — but the freak-out makes no s...

The number of Americans who are more than 90 days late on their auto loan payments hit 7 million, but that's no reason to worry about the US economy.

Cars are driving us into recession

In the US, 7 million Americans have gone into "serious delinquency" on their car loans. And in Europe, many people have simply stopped buying cars.

A record 7 million Americans have stopped paying their car loans, and even economists are surprised

Fed economists said the rise in the number of delinquent borrowers is "surprising" considering a strong labor market and economy.