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Sep
08
Fall is the Best Time to Buy a New Car
Many people ask me if it is best to lease, buy new or buy a used car.  As with most financial questions, it depends on your personal situation.  In order to reach your financial goals, the general rule of thumb is to follow the 50, 30, 20 rule in your budget.  50% of your budget is allocated towards your Living Expenses; home, utilities, transportation, groceries, etc.  30% allocated toward your lifestyle expenses; vacations, shopping, restaurants, etc.  The remaining 20% should be allocated toward your financial priorities; paying off debt, retirement, college, etc.   How you allocate your funds within each of those categories is up to your personal preference.   Meaning maybe you get more enjoyment out of driving the latest sports car...
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