Fall is a great time to start planning your holiday budget. You’ll be much less likely to overspend this year if you think and plan ahead.
Seeking out a new car can be very exciting, but have you considered all the angles of a new car purchase? Even if you are dealing with damaged credit, you may still have a high enough income to technically “afford” a brand new vehicle. But stop and think for a minute. Do you really want to push the envelope of your budget just for the new car smell?
If you think about it, you may have a very good reason to buy a van. With plenty of minivans, full-size vans and city vans to choose from, there’s a van for every need and lifestyle. New vans have all of the latest technology and fun bells and whistles, and older vans offer tons of character and personality. Find the van that’s right for you.
Just because you’re going on vacation doesn’t mean that you have to totally blow your budget. While many Americans admit to overspending while taking a trip, there are many ways to reduce your expenses and lessen the blow to your wallet.
Technology seems to be changing everything, including credit cards. We’re already seeing microchips replacing magnetic strips, and it won’t be long before we see other innovations being put into common use.
Pets are the family we actually want to go on vacation with, and during these trips their safety and comfort is priority. Make sure that you do everything that you can to make your pet’s experience in the car as fun and safe as possible.
After going through a bankruptcy, you may be wondering if buying a new car will ever be possible. The good news is that bad credit isn’t forever, and full recovery from either a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy is entirely common.