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Organize Your Finances for the New Year

December 28th 2016 by
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A new year brings a chance to start fresh with just about anything. If your midnight toast includes a resolution to improve your financial health, here’s how to make it happen. Get on a budget To get ahead, it’s important to know where you stand and to create a plan with realistic goals such as a comfortable retirement, education and home ownership. Budgeting may sound old-school, but it’s still one of the best ways to accomplish this. Start by totaling your income and subtracting your monthly expenses for a quick financial snapshot. Then set goals, reduce unnecessary spending and, if…

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Car Sharing, Auto Refinancing, and Insurance: Ways to Cut Your Car Costs

Posted in Buying a Car
January 21st 2016 by
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Original article posted on NerdWallet. Americans spend a bundle on their vehicles each year. To cut costs, some people drive less when gas prices are high and buy used when it’s time for a new ride, but there are more ways to save — even when your vehicle is parked. The average annual cost of vehicle ownership is nearly $8,700, according to AAA, including the cost of gas, insurance, financing, depreciation, licensing, taxes and maintenance. With an estimated 88% of American households owning at least one automobile, according to data from the Pew Research Center, vehicles are the second-largest expense for…

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Can You Save Thousands of Dollars by Buying a New Car With a Loan Instead of Cash?

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December 10th 2015 by
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Americans aren’t bashful when it comes to borrowing money to buy a car. About 85% of buyers take out a loan to pay for their new ride, according to Experian Automotive. But suppose you have enough saved up to pay in cash — is that the smartest move? Or does financing the purchase with today’s low interest rates and investing your money in the stock market make more sense? To answer those questions, NerdWallet crunched the numbers for a hypothetical consumer: A buyer with enough savings to spend $25,000 on a F-150 XL pickup, which is part of the Ford F-Series,…

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