Ever wonder how the figures on your loans are calculated? When it comes to auto lending, there are specific equations and number-crunching that go into factoring in your interest and your monthly payments.
Buying a vehicle can be an exciting time. You might even be so excited, in fact, that you’ll jump right into shopping around for your ideal car online. But there’s one step that can give you a lot of insight into where you’re at financially before you take the plunge.
Car-buying isn’t an exact science. But, like most purchases, it pays to shop around. The same goes for your auto loan. It’s important to do your research to ensure you’re getting the best deal for the long-term.
Renting has its perks. But there’s something about owning a home that gives you a feeling that you’re in control of your surroundings and you’re making an investment in something tangible. (Must be the “ownership” part.)
Have a child headed to college? The total cost giving you sticker shock? It’s no wonder—for the academic year 2016-17, the average undergraduate tuition cost was $8,768 for in-state students and $12,114 for out-of-state students. Add in the cost of books, supplies and room and board, and your college freshman is looking at around $21,192 for in-state tuition alone.