Buying a New or Used Car

Is it better to buy a used car or go with a shiny new vehicle? Let’s compare the two options of buying a new or used car and give you some good information to make a well informed decision. Buying New Probably the biggest single advantage is the car itself.  Since it’s brand-new, it has never been driven by someone...

It’s Groundhog Day

It's February 2 and that means it's Groundhog Day! Before 1993, that meant waiting for Punxsutawney Phil to come out of his Pennsylvania burrow to see if we'd have an early spring or not. But, in the early 1990s, the day took on a new meaning, when Bill Murray starred in the movie "Groundhog Day." Essentially, he was forced...

Auto Financing Options

Before you find your new or used car, you should know how you will pay for it. Most people don’t have cash to just buy your car. In general, there are three main options:  financing through the dealer, financing through your own credit union or bank, or leasing. Use the dealer’s financing  This is usually the easiest...

How much you owe on your credit card – SunHerald.com

  • January 22, 2017
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: Media Coverage

Even before Christmas, Americans went on a spending spree, adding a record $21.9 billion in credit card debt in just three months from July through September. Do you know how much you owe on your credit card? Then we each charged $1,000 more in holiday spending, according to consumer financial-education website Magnify...

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