Although we all take pride in the cars we own, they tend to make up one of the highest percents of consumer debt. Most people continue to hold outstanding auto loan debt over time, upon trading in a car with a remaining loan balance and simply agreeing to a new, more expensive loan. Americans currently spend roughly a quarter, or more, of their annual income to paying down debt. However, there is much that can be done about debt management through loan software.
Auto Loan Software
Often, an auto lender or dealership has the ability to integrate auto loan software into their website. The software assists in loan origination as well as the end-to-end processing of loan payments and debt management in relation to the original loan agreement. It can be an automated debt collection software with the setup of automatic payments. It is also basic account receivables management where customers can log in and make one-time payments online.