Imagine never having to make a car payment again!
Autos: Paying with Cash
Can you find a reliable car for less than a few grand?How to Never Have a Car Payment
A car payment is something that many Americans have come to accept as part of life and part of their monthly budget. Here's how you can go against the norm and start paying cash for your cars.Saving for a Newer Car
To get out from under car payments forver, follow these three steps. First, plan to put money aside to cover repairs on your current car and ultimately buy a newer car. Next, make a decision on how to save money for the car fund. Finally, have a desire to maintain your current vehicle to help it last longer and increase its value as a trade. Here is how all this can be accomplished.
Buying a Low Mileage Used Car
One reader says she can afford a car note, but doesn't want to get tied down in case the economy tanks further. The solution? A used car with low mileage on it that you can buy outright with cash. They are out there and do exist. You just have to know how to find one.Get Off The Car Payment Merry-Go-Round
My husband and I got off the car payment merry-go-round 17 years ago and we do not care to ever get back on that nerve wrecking ride again. Of course, people do need cars to get to work and places they need to be. How can you get off the merry-go-round and never get back on it again? Here is how we did it.
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