Friday, May 20, 2011

Eliminating Cable TV

With today’s economy finding any way possible is at the top of most peoples list. A good way to get started dong this is to list all of your current expenses, and any you are thinking of accruing. After listing them all you should go through the list to see if there are any that you can eliminate.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

The return of Haggling

It’s a good thing that it’s easier to obtain low pricing on new cars from dealers nationwide. For awhile there dealerships everywhere had this thing where you could no longer haggle with them over the price. What the heck was that about? I mean, for some people that was one of their favorite parts of parts of buying a vehicle; trying to get really low new car pricing.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

High Prices at the Pump

I don’t think I will ever understand the reason gas prices fluctuate as often as they do. I read the newspaper just like a lot of people do, along with websites that have articles about car finance, world news, and current events. Yet, I seem to have missed something because as I keep hearing about the cost of each barrel lowering, but have yet to see any change at the pump.

Monday, May 16, 2011

Finding Ways to Save Money

I think everyone I know is trying to find different ways to save money. With so many people out of work, not enough work, and just not getting paid enough, things in the economy can’t change soon enough.  The best thing to do, and what I have found to work well, is to go down your list of expenses.

Monday, April 25, 2011

The Auto Loan Process

What the vehicle loan process will entail will depend on whether you need bad credit vehicle loans or poor credit vehicle loans. The worse your credit the more difficult it is to get the exact vehicle you want.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Rising Costs at the Pump

The high price of gas has caused most of us to rethink the amount of driving we need to do. Instead of a trip here and there to the drug store, grocery store, you have to plan it all at once just to save gas so that you have enough to get to work. Buying a vehicle can seem like an added expense to an already tight budget.