Cars & Vehicles
Is it legal to repo a car only 5 weeks from its purchase 500 cash down and a 1000 trade in allowance was paid and the first biweekly payment made?
Kay, were you in default of some other terms of the contract?
INS,ect??? This sounds like a tote-a-note car lot and they normally
do NOT allow you to get 2 days past due. IF you were not in
default, CONTACT an attroney ASAP.
For biweekly employee's what is considered over time?
Why debenture redemption reserve is transfer to general reserve?
Asked in First Ladies
Is the clothing allowance for the first lady from taxpayer?
How do you write a down payment receipt?
The total purchase price should be the first thing written. The down payment price should then be written under the purchase price. Subtract the down payment amount from the purchase price amount. This will leave you and your client with a balance amount due. Also, address all terms and conditions regarding your sale...in other words, additional payment due dates for balance, with or without penalties, late fees, etc. Address, also, any interest that may or may not incur over a period of time.
What is the average of first payment and early payment defaults in the auto industry?
Can the first time home buyer credit be used or considered in the financing of the home such as down payment?
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What kind of merchandise do first national gold carry?
Asked in Letters Notes and Memos
How do you write a letter asking for car allowance to employer?
Asked in Loans, Mortgages, Home Equity and Refinancing
Is the payment mortgage on the first of the month covers for that month?
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What is the most common day of the week for pay day to fall on?
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Asked in Home Equity and Refinancing
What is a down payment of 20 percent on a purchase price of 215000?
Asked in Child Support
How does a change in payroll from biweekly to monthly affect child support when its payroll deducted?
First let me answer your question: the amount currently taken biweekly amounts to 26 payments in a year. If, by example, the child support were $100 per each biweekly pay period, the year's contribution would be $2600. To calculate the monthly amount, the employer would review the judgment to determine accuracy etc, but then take the $2600 and divide by 12 equal payments. Thus: $216.66 per month. The only concern I would see is IF the change happened at such a time that there is a lag time between when you receive your last biweekly pay and the first monthly pay. The spouse may wonder why they have not received the regularly scheduled support. The employer is only responsible for deducting when there is a pay period. It would be in your best interest to send a check for the child support to the courts at the regular biweekly time and to have "overpaid" than to wait for the first monthly paycheck to be created and the support check to be sent to spouse.
Asked in Repossession, MySpace, Nouns
What is a 1st payment default if it is not later than 30 days?
A first payment default , is when a bank calls the loan on your car because you are late on the first payment, 30 days or not, actually acording to your service agreement you are late like 4 days after the due day. they take it as a personal insult when you miss the first payment, also as a sign of things to come. usually if the repossess your car for a first payment default they will not give it back if you catch the payment. they will call for the full balence on the note and send the car to auction. Check out www.stoptheRepoman.com for other answers like this.
Asked in Sales and Customer Service, Sales Tax, Seasons
What is Deposit sales?
The deposit sales is the business type of payment , the customer will have to advance the payment before buying. The diffirent between the advance payment sales and deposit sales is about , the Advance Payment - the customer will have to order first then pay regarding to the order Deposit Sales - the customer will pay first before ordering.
Can you buy something and take it home if you provide a down payment?
Yes, if your down payment is not the starting payment for a layaway purchase. A layaway plan provides a consistent mechanism for a person to buy a product that they cannot currently afford. That person will put down a payment (known as the "starting payment," "first layaway payment" and "securing payment") and will make subsequent payments until the product is paid for. At that point, the person may bring the product home. More traditionally, a down payment is made on something that you want to take home immediately, reducing the amount that one has to borrow (or finance) to do so. One sees down payments (and associated financing of the rest of the purchase price) on larger ticket items including: home appliances, vehicles, computers, etc. If you wish to buy something that you have a down payment for but do not have enough money to pay for the whole thing, be sure that you choose a seller that provides financing (either in-house or through a third-party).