Monthly Archives: September 2013

The Power of Temporary and Forever Cash

By Jack Bosch, author of Forever Cash What if you are already making great money but are wasting it on things that will not get you ahead in life? Would you now consider cutting some expenses and rearranging your life to get there faster? I bet you would. Here’s a test: would you rather have a large house, a second home in the mountains (or at the lake, or at the beach), and a beautiful boat now – even though … Continue reading

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Money Saving Tips for Car Owners

Keeping your car in great shape can improve its lifespan and eventual resale value. You don’t need to spend thousands each year at the mechanic’s shop to accomplish this. In fact, just a little bit of preventive care can go a long way to help your car live a longer life. Many of the steps are simple maintenance issues which can be done with only the most basic automotive knowledge. Solving small problems as they arise can prevent a major … Continue reading

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Being Car Brand Loyal Can Cost You Money

When it comes to buying a new car, one of the financial aspects that is rarely considered is the buyer’s brand loyalty. while those who have brand loyalty to a certain auto manufacturer do so for a variety of reasons, being brand loyal when it comes to car purchases can end up costing you quite a bit of money over your lifetime. Part of this reason is because there has been a great amount of change when it comes to … Continue reading

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Simple Ways to Lower Car Insurance Bills

When you are calculating the cost of car ownership, it’s important not to forget the toll that car insurance premiums can take. Next to petrol and maintenance, this ranks as one of the major expenses that you will need to pay over time. Part of what makes insurance unique is that it won’t be the same for everybody, and the price will vary quite a bit between drivers. Depending on your life circumstances and the type of car you drive, … Continue reading

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