Frequently Asked Questions
What is an F&I Manager?
What is F&I or What does F&I mean? An F&I Manager conducts professional value building of after-market products and service contracts as well disclosing all contracts and aid customers in creating the best financial package for themselves. They also negotiate deals for prime and non-prime banks and must practice strict legal compliance and ethical behavior. F&I Managers also performed detailed oriented paperwork and packaging of all finance deals.
How much does an F&I Manager make?
This varies from state to state and city to city. The national average salary currently sits at $142,855* and can increase or decrease, depending on the location.
- *2016 NADA Dealership Workforce Study
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What does an F&I Manager do?
How does one become a Finance Manager or an F&I Manager?
What schooling or certification does an F&I Manager need?
What is Desking A Deal?
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