Posts Tagged“finances”

For pricey purchases, you usually have to save for a considerable amount of time. The exception to this is for car purchases, as there are many finance options available for those looking to buy a new or used car. Vindis, Audi dealer and servicing provider, have created this guide for would-be buyers to explore their finance options in full… Purchasing new Getting a personal loan With a personal loan, you can pay off the cost of your purchase over a period of one to seven years by taking money out at the bank. According to a survey by WhatCar? a…

George Ammar is an Ohio Chief Financial Officer located in Cleveland, Ohio. He is the Founder and Owner of Ohio CFO LLC and is CPA certified. George starts his day nice and early each morning and does some form of exercise often a run. He believes that getting up early, ceasing the day and keeping yourself fit and healthy are keys to success in all forms of life, including success in the world of commerce. He leads a very healthy lifestyle and is a keen advocate of all types of fitness and is always interested in following the latest finds…

Just about any renovation task in the home is likely to run up quite a cost and this is the same whether you are installing a new kitchen, adding an extension or re-decorating a room. For many people the financial burden of a renovation project can be enough to put them off taking it on altogether, but this doesn’t have to be the way. The key to starting a project such as this, is to be able to go into it with financial confidence and the knowledge that you have plans in place to absorb the cost of the job,…

Applying for a personal loan can be very stressful. It is even worse for people with subpar credit. The good news is that you can still qualify for personal loans with a credit score under 600. However, getting approved will usually be more difficult. You also probably need to pay a higher interest rate. According to go banking rates, the average APR on personal loans for people with credit score under 620 is 17.99%. However, this rate could lower if you shop around. If you can build your credit, you can find a better lender that will offer loans with…

The American dream follows a fairly predictable path. Four years of college, a good entry level job, steady promotions, partner, kids, a house in the suburbs and retirement to a sunny state. But the myth is very different from reality. They never tell you how much you have to work and how much luck plays into it. So you want to start saving into a Roth IRA very soon after college, in order to get the most benefits out of the retirement plan. The house owing part of the American dream, even after the mortgage meltdown of 2008, still makes…