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F&I Magazine - January 2009

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In this Issue:

FEATURES

NADA: Committed To Community
While issues such as the credit crunch, sales declines and the future of the Detroit Three will loom large at the NADA show, attendees can still look forward to an educational and informative program. Check out our list of workshops and exhibitors offered this year.

Setting the Pace For 2009
These six dealers weathered the difficult economy the best they could in 2008, and did so while maintaining compliance, training and customer service. One dealer will be recognized as the F&I Dealer of the Year at the NADA convention.

Crime Doesn’t Pay
There’s no doubt how far the industry has come in policing itself, but just how far it has come is being tested by the current economic crisis.

Reinsurance’s Resurrection
As the economy weakens and auto sales plummet, dealers are singing the praises of their reinsurance programs. Dealers and providers discuss the advantages and considerations dealers need to make, and recall a time when reinsurance came under the scrutiny of the IRS.

Credit Crisis Rocks Industry in 3Q
Experian analyst says it’s clear the road ahead will remain bumpy. And with delinquencies putting more than $7 billion at risk during the third quarter 2008, financing subprime customers will continue to be a challenge.

Credit Unions on the Move
Dealers talk about how credit unions have stepped up during the crisis. This month the magazine finds out how much from Tony Boutelle, president and CEO of the California-based CUDL (CU Direct Corporation).

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