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March 2018, F&I and Showroom - Cover Story

A War on Many Fronts

(Photo courtesy of the NADA)

By Tariq Kamal

NADA chairman and Michigan dealer Wes Lutz takes the association’s helm during a time of transition and conflict at the factory, retail and legislative levels.

Tags: auto finance, compliance, Donald Trump, Fully Autonomous, mobility, NADA Chairman, National Automobile Dealers Association, Wes Lutz

December 2017, F&I and Showroom - Feature

Rich Cordray’s Legacy and The Future of the CFPB

By Lucy Morris

A former bureau official reflects on her time under former CFPB Director Richard Cordray, and explains why the industry shouldn’t be breathing a sigh of relief with his departure.

Tags: auto finance, CFPB, compliance, dealer participation, Donald Trump, Hudson Cook LLP

March 2017, F&I and Showroom - WebXclusive

5 Ways Trump Can Alter Finance

President Donald Trump promised sweeping regulatory reform on the campaign trail and could play a pivotal role in easing or eliminating some regulations affecting the auto finance industry. Photo by Gage Skidmore

By Christian Scali and Monica Baumann

Auto dealer regulations face an uncertain future under the Trump presidency. Two California-based attorneys take a look at the road ahead for the CFPB, the FTC, and state regulators.

Tags: arbitration agreements, attorney general, CFPB, dealer participation, Donald Trump, FTC

November 2016, F&I and Showroom - WebXclusive

NADA Economist: Trump Needs to Clarify Economic Policy Goals

By Steven Szakaly

NADA Chief Economist Steven Szakaly says a clear set of economic policy goals delivered before the New Year would go a long way to ensuring that any immediate uncertainties are smoothed over.

Tags: CFPB, Donald Trump, NADA, Steven Szakaly

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So Here's the Deal

Ronald J. Reahard
Addressing F&I’s Internet Problem

By Ronald J. Reahard
A frustrated F&I manager poses an increasingly common question: How do you sell protection products to customers who demand the final price by phone and then show up with a bank check?

(Video) Selling Eight Products Without Losing the Customer

By Ronald J. Reahard
Is offering eight products a bad idea? The magazine’s resident F&I pro says it depends on the producer and the presentation.

He Had a Goal: Remembering David Ressler

By Ronald J. Reahard

[Video] Selling to Short-Term Owners

By Ronald J. Reahard

Done Deal

Gregory Arroyo
Change Is Happening

By Gregory Arroyo
Saddened by the potential loss of another piece of his childhood, the editor tries to put the pieces together when he realizes there’s a good lesson to be learned in a toy retailer’s likely demise.

Who Will Take Up the CFPB's Torch?

By Gregory Arroyo
The CFPB’s acting director tells state regulators there will no longer be ‘regulation by enforcement,” but the editor believes there’s a long list of regulators waiting to take up the torch.

Military Lending Act Guidance: The Gift That Keeps On Giving

By Gregory Arroyo

Resolution Needed

By Gregory Arroyo

Mad Marv

Marv Eleazer
Overcome Your F&I Weaknesses

By Marv Eleazer
His Madness issues a challenge to every F&I professional: Eradicate your bad work habits, diversify your lender spread, and check your God complex at the door.

Proper Deal Structure Moves Mountains

By Marv Eleazer
His Madness has a simple but powerful piece of advice for newbie F&I managers and those struggling to adapt to the way finance sources are rating credit-challenged car buyers.

Show Us Some Love

By Marv Eleazer

Chargeback Prevention

By Marv Eleazer

On the Point

Jim Ziegler
Sharpen Your Survival Skills

By Jim Ziegler
‘Da Man’ has a plan you can use to survive the collapse of the car business and remain profitable through the dealer apocalypse.

Sales Rock Stars Still Exist

By Jim Ziegler
Da Man says $40,000-a-month sales rock stars still exist. He says you’ll find them on YouTube and Facebook Live.

The New Stooges

By Jim Ziegler

Is Your Quick Lube Driving Away Business?

By Jim Ziegler