What if you knew how the seller was making money when making a major or minor purchase, would that information position you to get a better deal?
This section provides guidelines to help make buying big ticket items and even smaller purchases less stressful. We'll cover topics such as: leasing office
space, buying a home versus renting, buying or leasing cars, boats, major appliances and how to properly manage these purchases. Should you buy or lease?
Should you pay cash or take out a loan? Should you include extended warrantees with your purchase? Many more questions are answered through the concepts
included in this subject.
The expanding financial services sector provides increasing opportunities to choose to either lease or buy not only costly items, but now also smaller ticket items. Traditionally, the lease vs. buy
When buying a new or used car it is common to consider purchasing an extended warranty that kicks in after the original new-car warranty expires. A warranty may overcome fears of big repair
Buying a car is typically the 2nd most expensive purchase anyone makes, next to buying a home. It’s a known fact that you can deduct your mortgage interest and property tax