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You Can Eliminate F&I Managers. You Can’t Eliminate F&I.

The trend toward hybrid sales and finance managers shows no signs of slowing. Dealers who want to close the business office must be sure they don’t shut the door on their customers as well.

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2 Ways to Take Action and Boost Your PVR

Too many cash customers? Product sales trending downward? Quit complaining and leap into action with two proven strategies from a top F&I trainer.

UDS Acquires Dealer Marketing Link

UDS announced the acquisition of Dealer Marketing Link, a Pennsylvania F&I services provider.

10 Quick Tips to Boost F&I Profits

Raise your per-copy average and secure more of your customers’ investments by looking for more opportunities at every stage of the purchase and ownership experience.

Take the Fear Out of Your F&I Process

Living in the moment isn’t always a good idea, particularly in the business office. G.P. has the cure for bad customers, bad days, and bad months.

3 Ways to Improve Your F&I Language Skills

Learn how committing to simple, effective, jargon-free communication reduces customer confusion and helps F&I professionals sell more products.

Enjoy the Journey. It’s Later Than You Think!

Success in F&I requires long hours and an unswerving commitment to improvement. Neither can be allowed to supersede quality time with loved ones.

Mid-Level F&I Managers Need Advanced Training

F&I managers who are ready to take the next step in their careers must seek out training focused on leadership, deal structure, compliance, and other essential skills for professional development.

10 Secrets of Successful F&I Managers

Experienced agent and trainer shares 10 habits and best practices shared by top-producing F&I professionals — and rarely adopted by those who are only in it for the paycheck.

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My F&I Director Won’t Take Cash

Church offers advice to an F&I manager whose director does whatever he can to avoid handling cash customers, achieving superstar status at his co-workers’ expense.