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Paying way too much for a car loan
posted by: bill1971 @ Tue Jan 17, 2017 10:20 pm
My girlfriend of 14 years and I bought a car a year ago in November. Our payments are almost $600 a month. I tried to refinance but couldn't get a better deal because the equity in the car isn't there. Do car dealerships buy the car back, get a less expensive car and we just have to "eat" the difference, but at least it could be paid off quicker. It was a 6 year loan.

Thank you. My 1st post here.
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Will Silver Shine in 2017?
posted by: michaelbronislav @ Tue Jan 17, 2017 1:19 am
2017 has come and the world is still charged with adrenaline with how the election has turned out. Everyone has their own skepticism towards Trump’s first year as president, same goes for the financial markets. Gold was left behind in terms of precious metal trade. With that, attention was diverted to the next best thing, Silver, which has become the investment of the year.

Read the whole article here: http://www.funds-money.com/silver-2017/
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Credit cards and FICO scores, how much is too much?
posted by: Braymac @ Mon Jan 16, 2017 7:49 pm
I have just recently fixed my credit from when I was younger. I have one credit card as of now. I'll buy something and then pay it off completely when I get my first bill. My score is starting to rise. I wanted to get a couple more cards and continue to do the same thing but I have heard that too much credit could be a bad thing and negatively affect your credit. It doesn't make sense to me, but none the less, I wanted to look into it and get some advice on the subject. Thank you for any response.
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Advice about purchasing a vehicle please!
posted by: Braymac @ Mon Jan 16, 2017 7:34 pm
I have never had positive credit until recently, due to some poor decisions when I was younger. I want to purchase a new vehicle but I don't want to get in over my head and end up in financial trouble again. I have children and bad luck when it comes to used vehicles. So buying new w/ warranty is what I would like to do. I need some advice as to how much I should/could spend and what kind of interest rate is considered "good". I have never been in the position to obtain a car loan so I'm unsure of what interest rate I should walk away from or...
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Stop Selling Yourself Short, It Pays To Invest!
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I created a exciting page jammed packed with c...
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You tired of searching how to make money?
posted by: swoger @ Sat Jan 14, 2017 9:38 am
I long time trying make money from internet, i try a lot ways, but unlucky, i just lost money. But i never give up. And then i find GOOD PRODUCT, and i bought. i like work with him, he is good. He show me fast ways how to make a success. And step by step i doing what he told me. Finally!!! SUCCESS!!!, I so excited and so happy, because it's true. 2 days ago i made my first sale online, and now sale goes after sales. Now i know what need to do to get result.
I'm sure everyone who work with this program, they will make a success.

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Agents advising me to turn in offer at or above list price?
posted by: blackcats @ Thu Jan 12, 2017 8:43 am
I'm perplexed. Twice now, when expressing interest in a house, the agent who is showing me the house (not the list agent), "advises" me that if I turn in an offer, it's best to do it right away since another offer is coming in, and it's best to offer at least the list price.

Since when do agents "advise" to offer the full asking price? Now, bear in mind that I was pretty sure in both instances the houses were not worth the asking price, and both needed some things done. The first one needed a LOT of work, actually. I decided not to make an o...
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Illinois - Seller Lied about Flooding in Home
posted by: adamjohnson @ Thu Jan 12, 2017 8:11 am
We bought a home three months ago in which the sellers made a disclosure that ONE small section of the basement (an area about 1/8 of the total basement) got about 1 inch of water in "heavy" rains. No big deal we thought. A professional inspector said the basement did appear to be prone to possible flooding, but didn't really see any specific water damage or what not.

Well, in three months here the ENTIRE basement has flooded four times. In basically any rain, we get seepage coming up from the floor. In heavy rain, the seepage from the floor...
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How do you find a custodian for very old age?
posted by: bob5000 @ Tue Jan 10, 2017 2:03 pm
I'm retired and my wife will be retiring soon. We have enough saved to retire comfortably. We are managing our own investments now. I have training and education in this and also experience. To the bad, I have lots of fear about 'financial advisers' since I view most as commissioned sales people who see me as meat on the hoof. I'm sure some are good, but I don't plan on using one until I have no choice - which is the point of my post.

Someday, my wife and I will not be able to manage our own affairs. This won't be for a couple of decades o...
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