Auto Loan to Boost Credit?

Obtaining and remaining current on loans are both major aspects of establishing a strong credit history. An auto loan may be appealing for college graduates soon entering the workforce, according to a recent release by Americans Well-informed on Auto Retailing Economics. There are several factors to consider when selecting an appropriate set of wheels. It’s […]

📅 APR 13, 2015

Buying New vs. Buying Used: Pros and Cons

When choosing between a new and used car, it’s important to consider all costs, from the interest rate on your loan to the maintenance and repair expenses you’ll face during ownership.

📅 AUG 25, 2014

Theres More Than One Way to Save on Car Insurance

Saving on car insurance can be a good thing and comparison shopping for policies is one way to reduce your auto insurance costs. Its not, however, the only way. Here are a few more you may not have thought of: Drive better. Slow down, remember to signal, never drink and drive good advice in more […]

📅 DEC 20, 2013

Should You Finance or Pay Cash for Your New Car?

As the end of the year approaches, car dealers will be slashing prices and offering generous incentives to help move 2013 models off their lots before the 2014 models arrive. If youre thinking about buying a new car, the last few months of the year are a good time to find a great deal. But […]

📅 OCT 29, 2013

Car-buying Tips for Retirees

Retirement can be a great time to buy a car. After all, not needing to work implies that youve done something right along the way and hopefully have good credit. You also might not need a large vehicle designed to withstand the rigors of transporting kids, pets and equipment day after day. If youre buying […]

📅 OCT 02, 2013

Five Car Care Tasks to Save Your Car and Maybe Your Credit

Even new, reliable vehicles require basic care. Keeping up with ┬ámaintenance tasks like oil and filter changes can help your car run longer and help you avoid hefty repair bills for preventable problems. After all, charging an expensive auto repair to any credit card might affect your credit score. You can save even more money […]

📅 MAY 07, 2013

Buying a Car? Rev up Your Credit First

Though the auto industry remains in recovery mode, it still hasn’t cooled the competition among dealers eager for your business. You still hear about awesome deals, like cash back, no money down and even ridiculously low interest rates for financing through the dealer. Oftentimes, however, those great offers are reserved for people with great credit […]

📅 MAR 11, 2011