how can i get someone to finance me when i dont have "earned income"?

Asked by Jul 13, 2016 at 03:54 PM about the Ford Mustang

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

my credit score is good,,, but i have no earned income( i recieve disability),
how can i get a loan?

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Your disability payment can be considered as income. Some of the best places to finance a car is a local credit union -- instead of a bank or dealership. It will help if you don't have a lot of other monthly obligations like a high mortgage payment or credit card balances with high payments. Consider asking a friend or relative who has a job to co-sign on a loan for you.

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You can also try lending club.com. HTH. -Jim

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