Highlights of today’s show:
- Answer a listener’s questions on buying a car
- Buying car a does not mean you have to drive it for 5 to 7 years
- Go over the rules for buying a car
- I want your opinions on the podcast
- We can now be found on Stitcher radio
For some of us, purchasing a car is not a fun experience. We have to find the car we want, deal with salesman, and most importantly, figure out how to actually pay for it. Today we answer a question from a listener on the best way to replace two beater cars.
Driving a beater car is not a fun experience for anybody. So does it make sense to replace a beater car with a beater car? Or should you take out a payment and get a reliable car? Either way you are going to get a new car in the next few years. So why not be proactive and start to save up and pay for a car in cash and remove the risk of having a car payment from your life, instead of doing the easy thing; at least in the short term, and get a car payment.
If you have been a listener to the podcast for a while now, please take the time to complete a five minute survey on the podcast. I want to know what you think of the show, ways we can improve, and find out what you would like more of as a listener. Remember, I do this show for you guys, so this is your chance to be heard! The survey is anonymous so please answer honestly.
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If you have any comments, questions, or ideas for future shows you can send them to me and I will integrate them into a future show. There are two ways to get in touch with me:
1.) Email me at JWFinancialcoaching@gmail.com – Please put “podcast” in the subject line and keep your questions brief so they are readable on air.
2.) Simply fill out the form at the bottom of this page. Please fill out your name, email, where you are from, the subject line, and your question/comment/suggestion and we will read it on air.
You can find prior editions of the podcast at the podcast archive page