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In the never-ending debate over buying vs. leasing cars, leasing still loses. Here's why buying is usually better, some exceptions, and my ideal solution.
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It used to be that the only thing a bank or other potential lender would look at before deciding whether to offer you credit was your credit report and score. Not anymore.
Many are fine to use as guidance, as long as you understand the inherent limitations.
While housing prices are still dropping, mortgage rates are creeping up. How high will they go this year?
Suppose you're choosing between 2 cars. One qualifies for free gasoline for life, while the other requires you to pay $10 or more per fill-up. Which would you buy?
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