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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Q: How can a 17-year-old get a student loan of 13000 dollars with no co-signer?

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5% of $13000 = 5% * 13000 = 0.05 * 13000 = $650

649.35 US dollars

Currently (January 2011) one Singapore dollar is worth approximately 34 Indian Rupees. So: 13000 Rupees = (13000/34) Singapore dollars = 382.35 Singapore Dollars

13000 Pounds Sterling (GBP) are the same as 20809.10 US Dollars (USD).

40% of $13,000 is $5,200

My attorney says its $39,333 before his fees. Another Answer: The Math: 13000 X .33 = 4290

About 11-12 dollars depending on the currency rate

It is equal to about $118.29 USD, or $126.03 Canadian dollars.

3 percent of 13000 = 3903% of 13000= 3% * 13000= 0.03 * 13000= 390

3% of 13000 = 3% * 13000 = 0.03 * 13000 = 390

I just bought one last month. 2003 v-rod anniversary model. paid 13000 dollars for it, normally they seem to be priced from 13000 to 15500.

Seeing as though the question doesn't say anything about interest rate we'll assume that their is none, therefore it would take 65 months (13000/200=65)

10% off 13000 = 13000 - (0.1 x 13000) = 11700

in 19,000 what? not that i know...but I'm sure you'd get an answer quicker.

169,000,000

It is 13000.

45% of 13,000= 45% * 13000= 0.45 * 13000= 5,850

195015% of 13000= 15% * 13000= 0.15 * 13000= 1950

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trece mil = 13000

It is 13000.

It is 13000

13000 is 33.33% of 39000

any were between 200-500 dollars depending on the down payment and intrest

13000 miles of course.