Printing & Reading a Full Disclosure

Printing a Full Disclosure

Full Disclosure sheets are designed to give dealership personnel deeper insights into the details of a deal. They are often used as a guide when entering deals into your DMS and included within the deal jacket for future reference.

To print a Full Disclosure you will need to first click the "Full Disclosure" button, located in the top menu bar to the right of the Search box.

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You will then be presented with a 'Select Payment for Full Disclosure' window. Here you need to click on the payment that the customer chose:

Once you've selected the payment, the Full Disclosure Sheet will populate. To print this sheet, click the "Print Full Disclosure" button from the top menu and then select your printer.

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Reading a Full Disclosure

A Full Disclosure sheet is made up of a number of different sections. 

Header

The header is made up of 5 key items: Deal Type (New, Used, Certified), TermLoan Type (Finance vs. Lease), Payment Schedule, and Interest Rate.

Customer & Deal Information

Vehicle & Trade-In Information

Vehicle Pricing

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Deal Structure

The Deal Structure is designed to give you the details of how the capitalized cost was calculated. Note: The + and - symbols indicate whether we add or subtract the value they are next to.

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Trade-In Details

Trade-In Details display the Trade-in amount shown to the customer, Trade-In Lien and Actual Cash Value of the Trade-In.

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Payment Details, Total Interest & Residual 

Payment Details display your Base Payment and then the taxes that were collected on those payments (for leases).

Total Interest displays the total interest for the loan / lease.

Residual (Lease Only) displays all of the values that were used to calculate the Residual Value.

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Due Upon Signing 

Due Upon Signing (Lease Only) breaks down how we arrived at the due amount for the lease. Below is a description of each item.

  • Cash Down - Cash used to reduce the capitalized cost on the lease.
  • Rebate Down - The portion of the After-Tax Rebates that were used to reduce the capitalized cost. 
  • GST/HST & PST - Taxes that are required to be collected in the Due (based on the Cash and Rebate Down).
  • Options & Fees & Taxes - Total of the options and fees that were set to be collected in the Due, as well as any taxes they may attract.
  • Protections & Taxes - Total of the protections that were selected, as well as any taxes they may attract.
  • First Payment - First payment on the lease.
  • Pro Rata - The Pro Rata is a calculated amount that comes into play when the customer opts to defer their first payment.
  • PPSA - The PPSA value that is to be collected in the Due Upon Signing. Important to note that not all lease lenders require the PPSA to be collected up front, some allow for it to be added to the capitalized cost.
  • Security Deposit - The total amount to be collected as a security deposit on the lease. This can be either a single security deposit or multiple security deposits. 
  • After Tax Rebate - Here we are simply removing the Rebate amount from the Subtotal as it is paid by the manufacturer, not by the customer.
  • Trade-In Credit - The Trade-In Credit is used in combination with the Lease Due Upon Signing Rollback functionality. This is the portion of the Trade-In Amount that was used to reduce the total Due Upon Signing.

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Gross Profit

You will not see the Gross Profit window if you do not have access to Gross Profit (or if you have it hidden). 

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Options & Fees

Options & Fees provide you with a list of the options and fees for this deal, whether they were collected in the Cap Cost or Due Upon Signing, the amount, and the cost. 

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Accessory Details

Accessory Details itemize the accessories from your deal, their sales amount, the residual value, and the cost.

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Before-Tax Rebate Details

Before-Tax Rebate Details include description of these rebates, their amount and cost.

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