Episode 67: Is paying cash for a car a good idea: paying cash for autos, groceries and more, July 06, 2011.
Today we answer a voice mail feedback question about paying cash for cars to avoid auto loans. We also discuss paying cash for groceries and other budgeted items.
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- Brent Green from the Pursuing your Calling podcast called in with a question about paying cash for his car. We answer his question and expand on the topic of why car loans stink.
- Further answering Brent’s question, we talk about the pros and cons of buying new cars vs. used cars.
- Of course we think that paying cash for a car is a good idea. It sometimes helps to sell your used car first since you typically make more than the trade in value.
- Janelle had an interesting debit card experience at the grocery store the other day. We share the story today.
- For a lot of people, carrying cash is intimidating. Janelle used to be afraid of it too. She discusses her former negative feelings about carrying cash, and her current positive feelings about it as well.
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