Best of the Rest: Car Buying Edition

This is my first time buying a car and boy is it exhausted. There are so many things to do. Research takes forever, finding dealers who have the cars you might be interested is difficult, then you need the time to visit and test drive, check out their prices, and figure out a way to handle the nagging used car salespeople so you don’t get bullied into making a decision you hate.

Ah, I can’t wait for this process to be finished! Enjoy the reading from many of my Yakezie friends!

Our Sustainable Personal Financial Plan: The Future (via Sustainable Personal Finance)

4 Ways to Monitor and Protect Your Credit Rating (via compounding returns)

Top 10 Investors of All Time (via The College Investor)

Our Green and Money Savvy Path (via Prairie Eco-Thrifter)

How To Watch Free TV (via Canadian Finance Blog)

Three Things I Want My Kids to Know About Money (and Life) (via The Family CEO)

How Traffic Congestion Saves Me Money (via Money Beagle)

4 Plex Short Sale Experience So Far… (via Retire By 40)

Doctors and Customer Service (via Squirrelers)

Selling Stuff On Amazon: A Step-By-Step Guide (via Money Cone)

 

I was also featured in the following carnivals this past week:

Totally Money Blog Carnival hosted by Funny About Money (Editor’s pick!)

Best of Money Carnival hosted by The Jenny Pincher

Festival of Frugality hosted by Live Real Now

Carnival of Personal Finance hosted Prairie Eco-Thrifter

6 Responses to Best of the Rest: Car Buying Edition

  1. Uhmm… Well, you should have listed all your prospected cars to buy, before you settle for canvassing. Be sure to hire a mechanic and schedule him for that day. Anyway these articles are nice, but I couldn’t read them all at once. But, I’m bookmarking it for future reading.