WEOKIE is here to tell you there is a better way that can save you money. If you are willing to take a little bit of time we’ll tell you how to finance a car with a credit union and why credit unions are the best option for a vehicle loan.

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Timing is everything when it comes to refinancing your auto loan with a credit union. We’ll help you get started by outlining this process.

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Something as simple as a vehicle breakdown, broken household appliance or medical expense can put a wrench in your budget if you’re not prepared. Today, we'll look at five long-term saving strategies and show how auto refinancing can help turbocharge your savings vehicle.

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You might have a better credit score than when you first applied for your loan. Your debt to income ratio might be healthier. Whatever the reason, we can help you determine if refinancing will help improve your finances.

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It can be intimidating to talk to loan officers, so let us help you on your car buying journey by outlining a few questions you should be asking the dealership or the person selling the car. Not only is it beneficial for you to know this information about your future investment, but your lender might want to know as well.

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Lack of credit history or a low credit score is not the end of the world, it just means you may need to overcome a few more hurdles to get to where you want to go.

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There are a few things to keep in mind when looking for a new vehicle, and there are plenty of resources aimed at helping new graduates hit the ground running. That’s why we are here to give you some advice and tips on buying a new car after graduation.

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By only paying the minimum each month, you are giving more money to your lender in the process of paying off the car. We would prefer you keep your hard earned cash. That's why WEOKIE is sharing the quickest ways to pay off an auto loan.

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We want to make things a little easier for you by outlining a few things to have on hand before applying for your credit union auto loan.

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For most people, buying a car means getting a loan. In fact, 107 million Americans have auto loans. And, no two loans are alike, which means some buyers could be left with an unfavorable experience. Here's how a federal credit union could be the best option for financing.

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