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How can you get a car loan when your monthly income is not always the same?


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2015-07-15 18:45:08
2015-07-15 18:45:08

With any loan -- whether it's for a car or a home or whatever -- the lender needs to know what your income is over time. If your income is all over the place, then you'll probably need to show the lender your last year's IRS Form 1040 -- maybe even two or three years' worth of 1040s. The lender simply needs to be able to see that even if your income jumps around, over time you make enough to cover the payments. You'll simply need to assure the lender that you know how to so budget your money that even though it comes in spurts, you will always have enough to make the payments.

Simple as that.

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