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A good start would be to have a job earning more than $1,000 and to be able to prove that you can pay back the loan. It depends on the lending institution, however, so you might want to pay one a visit to start figuring out how to do this. If the loan is for a car, and you are just starting out, you might consider earning most of the money for the purchase before you buy. This will provide you with some equity in your purchase and save you finance charges.

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