You are still responsible for paying the loan as before.
No! You would have to have your parents cosign for you. Having a fairly good paying job, owning a boat, condo, house, property is classified as "collateral" and the loan is put against that. The reason for this is if you choose not to make your car payments or can't make your car payments then the bank will take whatever collateral you have put against the loan. The bank is in the business of lending, but also getting their money back! Marcy
Corporations have shareholders that invest in their business and expect a portion of the business's profits in return. Dividend payments are part of the shareholders' returns for investing in a business. Corporations have a choice to either reinvest their profits in shares, or keep a portion of the profits and paying shareholders dividends.
All payments are considered when you stop paying on a loan. However, when you default on the contract, it is the contract on which you are paying. The collateral only secures the loan, and if there is collateral, it may be secured (repossessed) to be sold to be applied to the balance. If you only owe $2000 on a $15,000 loan, the collateral could be worth a substantial amount. The lender may choose to sell the property for only the owed amount and fees. If so, you are out the remaining value of the property. If the lender wishes, they may choose to sell it for its fair market value, and anything in addition to what is owed should be returned to you.
Grab all yu can and get the heck outta there what can happen when you are making monthly payments on a debt,debtor says its not enough?
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A business involves many financial transactions, the main ones being paying bills, receiving payments (for whatever product or service is sold by that business), paying employees, paying taxes, and if things go well, paying dividends to investors or stockholders. There are all sorts of rules and techniques needed to correctly keep track of all these things, which constitute the practice of accounting.
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By paying your mortgage payments on time.
If your paying for the car, they cannot!
Same as if the mother isn't paying - the State may take various actions to collect, such as wage garnishment, interception of Federal/State payments, liens on real and personal property.