Self Employed Vehicle Finance
Self Employed? Contractor or Subcontractor?
Working for yourself is the best way to get ahead in life. Why should your talents and skill make someone else rich?
Sometimes, however, it is hard to borrow money when you are your own boss. So whether you operate a small business, or work as contractor or consultant, we have finance and lease programs for you.
There are some important things that apply to self-employed individuals when considering automotive financing/leasing. Let’s take a look at some of those important factors.
Important things to know for Self-Employed Car Buyers
- Know your credit history – if you don’t, we can help you figure out where you stand.
- How long have you been self-employed.
- In some cases, you may need to prove your self employment income. This can be done with tax documents, invoices and/or bank statements, or job letters.
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Collection of Information
The purchase of a motor vehicle requires considerable accumulation of non-public personal information. For example, if we sell or lease you a vehicle—extending credit to you at your request—we will receive information from you in order to determine your creditworthiness. We may also obtain information from a credit reporting agency. We may also obtain information from third parties such as employers, references and insurance companies.
Some of the information we obtain from you may be required by provincial or federal agencies, such as the Department of Motor Vehicles or the Canada Revenue Agency. This information may be required even if you were to pay cash for your vehicle. Examples would be a driver’s license or social security number.
Protecting Your Information
Unless we have indicated our desire to share your non-public personal information with non-affiliated third parties (by checking the box in the section below), we share information:
A) For everyday business purposes, such as to process transactions, maintain account(s), to respond to court orders and legal investigations, or to report to credit bureaus.
B) For the purposes of processing a sale or lease transaction at your request or authorization, such as submitting information to third party financial institutions that may be requested to take an assignment of the contract, or verifying insurance coverage information.
C) When using outside service providers to help us provide you with products and services. Before providing information to our service providers, we enter into contractual agreements prohibiting them from disclosing or using the information other than for the purpose for which it was disclosed.
D) With “Affiliated” companies. Companies that are affiliated with us include any company that controls us, any company that we control, or any company under common control with us.