Your car was repo for a title loan that you paid and paid as well 1244 in iterest you still owed 1180 in interest for a 2500 loan amount Now they want 2877 to release your car and give you back tital?
how do I get my car back .
If its the books then yes i have read them all... if its the time... still yes i like the time. Read More
If you specified an interest rate when you made the loan, you should be able to collect the principle balance plus the interest amount, from the date the loan was made to the date it is collected (accrued interest). Even if a specific interest rate was not specified, one could still add a reasonable interest rate and presumably collect that additional amount when suing for collection of a loan (or monies owed to you). If… Read More
In many cases you would still be covered, but not usually for the amount by which your loan is in default and not for any additional charges and interest applicable to that default amount. Read More
Yes. You may not receive a 1099-INT if you earned a small amount of interest (usually less than $10) because your bank is not required to print one for such a small amount, but you are still required to report the interest you earned on your tax return and pay the applicable taxes, if any. Read More
If you pay more than the amount due every month do you still get charged the same amount of interest?
NO, you should actually pay LESS interest over the period of the loan. You will actually pay it off sooner. If you are paying more then you need to specify to the dealer that you would like all overpayments to go twards the princeple not the interest which by lowering the princeple will automaticly lower the interest. Read More
The amount you will owe the creditor will be the amount of your auto loan (including repossession fees, interest, and collection charges) minus the amount the vehicle sold for at auction. The creditor will notify you of the amount due in writing after they auction off the vehicle. Read More
Say you bought your truck for 12000 almost 3 years ago you have been paying over 300 a month for it since then how do you still owe 13692 on it?
The difference in the money amount is the interest you are paying on the loan. The formula is Interest=principal (amount of the loan)xrate of interest x time(lenght of time you pay the loan off. I= PxRxT Interest equals the principal x rate of interest x Tim (payoff time). Hope this helps. Read More
Can a credit card company close your account charge it off and still continue to add late fees and interest to the account?
they can if it contains a balance. if they charged it off and gave you a zero balance and a pay off letter then they cannot. If they closed the account and reduced the amount you owe you are still responsible for the payments including late fees and interest. Read More
This is on a car, and you are not paying the balance of the price of the car in full, then yes. You are buying on installments. It is common financial practice and has been for about the past three thousand years to charge interest. Legal, ethically, and morally they can charge you interest. Where it becomes still legal but less ethical or moral is the amount of interest they charge you. Read More
It depends. One has to look at what the interest rate is, the amount of the term remaining, the amount of the prepayment penalty and the cost of the source of funds to pay it off. There is no one correct answer, sorry. Read More
After a repo the loan holder will sell the vehicle at auction and any amount you owe less the sale price is your responsibility. Interest on that amount is usually negotiatable and will be waived if you pay any shortage. Read More
You had paid all back child support and they are still taking out child support even so it paid off?
Often after the base amount is paid, you are than obligated to pay compounded interest penalties of up to 4X the original amount owed. Read More
There is still much interest in Titanic because her's is a compelling story with many "firsts" and "onlys". Read More
To have an outstanding loan and be in default means that you have forfeited to make the required repayment instalments on the principal loan. You still owe the loan amount and the relevant interest levels. Read More
Depends on whether your Mother owned the house. While you would inherit your Mother's financial interest in the house, if there is a mortgage on the home, then the mortgageholder also has a financial interest. They may want to be paid the outstanding amount still owed on the mortgage. Read More
There is no interest on a prepaid credit card. With a prepaid card it is like having cash. You have an amount on your card (for example $500) and you purchase an item for $30 you would then still have a credit of $470 on your card. This can be topped up when the funds run low. Read More
Until the car is paid for, the company that made the loan still has a financial interest in that car for the amount that is still owed. If that amount is not paid, the holder of the loan has the right to repossess and sell the car. If that does not generate sufficent funds to pay the loan balance, they may make a claim against the estate of the debtor. Read More
Yes! They can take you to court. If they get a judgment against you they can then garnish your wages. You will be responsible for the money owed, any and all interest, collection fees and court costs. Any amount unpaid will still accrue interest, even if your wages are garnished. Read More
If you have something of value such as an amount of money, that is the principle. If you take from that amount to live on, you are living on the principle. The basic item you own is decreasing in value. You may be living well now. If you continue using up the item, you won't be able to use it in the future. You will need other sources of money in the future. Some items… Read More
what if your done with current child support but still owe interest for back support. Read More
It depends upon whether or not you want to pay the prepayment penalty. You would need to consider the amount of interest that would be charged versus the amount of penalty incurred for paying the loan off early, before making a decision. Read More
A title pawn is essentially a loan against your car title. These are not recommended because the interest rate is very high and the loans aren't very large compared to the amount of interest owned on the loan. But, if still considered these, there are several local chains such as Titlemax and Check into Cash which offer these. Read More
If you have a garishee against your salary can the creditor still charge interest. Thanks Theo Read More
No, it should not continue to accrue interest. Read More
he still wants you in his life just as a freind Read More
Your interest or our interest. Decide!! If ur then write it on your own and if our.... Still write it on your own!! Ha!! Ha!! Kidding. but plz write it on your own! Read More
If a judgment is still accruing interest can a payment be applied to the original amount of the debt stop the agency from adding any more interest?
Your specific question and situation requires a legal opinion. This answer is a general one only. That having been said... Judgments, being legal actions, usually accrue interest according the terms set by the judge when the judgment is granted. So paying the creditor would not stop the interest unless that continency was covered in the disposition. Read More
$3500 Why are there arrears? If there is a legitimate reason, such as unemployment, the obligor can still file for a reduction in them. Most Child Support obligors do not know there is free help from the state, by federal law, to obtain a modification. At the minimum, a motion should be filed to have any interest penalties set aside, which can double or triple the amount owed. Of the total media "reported" amount of… Read More
If he comes talking to you. If he still shows interest and care and love. Read More
If there is A ballance still owed on it then the interest is still being billed to the ballance, If you have not closed the card account,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,DO NOT CLOSE IT UNTILL ITS PAID IN FULL. That is terrible for credit score. Read More
Public interest groups are similar to nonpartisan groups because a public interest group can be a nonpartisan group and be free from ties to any political parties. In ways they still differ because public interest group can still also be part of a political party. Read More
Yes all interest income is reported on the income tax return. tds (Tax Deducted at Source). At present NO interest income is exempted from tax . On the federal 1040 income tax return you do have some types of interest that is exempt from income tax but the amount still has to be reported on the 1040 federal income tax return.. Read More
It is still a loan. as long as you owe, interest accrues. Read More
If your car was repossessed and the balance is still 9760.61 but over the length of the loan of 72 months you were to pay 10967.78 in interest do you still have to pay if it is all interest?
Yes. Some is likely repo fees. Read More
Nothing happens. They still own any interest they have in the property until they transfer their interest to a new owner by executing a deed. See related question link. Read More
Perhaps. The difference in the prepayment penalty and the amount of interest paid until the loan is satisfied is a major consideration. If the difference is small,early payoff might not be the best option. Read More
As low an interest as the borrower can get away with and still attract investment. Read More
Maree borrows 250 000 at 0.5% per month,monthly reducible interest. At the end of each month, the interest on the outstanding amount is added, then Maree makes a paymeny of $1500. this is the Question Read More
Regarding a HAMP (Home Affordable Mortgage Plan) modification, in order for your new PITA payment to be under the 31% guidelines at 2%, sometimes a portion of the balance owed is deferred to the end of the loan term. By reducing the amount of the balance you're paying as well as its interest, your payment will be under 31% of your income. The deferred amount must be payed later, you still owe it; however it… Read More
Yes, as long as you still owe money. Read More
When you surrender the vehicle, it will be sold at auction. The purchase amount will be applied to the balance owed on the loan, repossession fees, interest, penalties, and transportation costs. If the purchase amount exceeds this, the remaining amount should be refunded to you. If the purchase amount is less than the owed balance, you will still have to pay what is owed. If you fail to do so, the lender may seek judgment… Read More
Loan statements do not generally indicate how much equity you have in a particular asset. They only indicate the principle owed, interest due, term of the loan, etc. To calculate the equity you have in an asset (simple method) is to determine the fair market value of the asset and subtract the amount of principle you still owe on it. This will represent your equity. Read More
If there is a legitimate reason, such as unemployment, the obligate can still file for a reduction in them. Most Child Support obligates do not know there is free help from the state, by federal law, to obtain a modification. At the minimum, a motion should be filed to have any interest penalties set aside, which can double or triple the amount owed. Of the total media "reported" amount of child support owed, 83% if… Read More
It does not have a deadly amount of radiation, just a small amount remains. Read More
Yes, that would be generally possible. The person will have to pay a larger amount of down payment as well as higher interest rates. Depending on the level of his or her creditworthiness, s/he may need to put in a collateral as well. Read More
It depends on which country you are in! Read More
If your new car was declared a total loss in an accident are you still responsible for paying the finance charges?
Yes if the amount your insurance company paid did not cover the amount you still owed on the car. You are still responsible for the difference. Read More
No. However male dogs can still show interest in them even if they are spayed. Read More
You, personally, do not, what with being dead and all. Your estate, however, is still responsible for the mortgage. Read More
No you still do the same amount of work Read More