1/13/2015 09:44 a.m.
What’s more important to you – a bargain, or that new car smell? Do you want to switch cars every few years, or keep one until the wheels fall off? Some might think buying a brand new car is too expensive and that might be true. But this decision mostly depends on the costs associated with the following 4 factors.
10/06/2014 03:30 p.m.
SDCCU® presents #TealTalk, a live Twitter chat with financial expert George Chamberlin
If you’ve ever had difficulty deciding whether or not to buy a new car or home, planning for retirement or figuring out how to pay for your child’s college education, you are not alone; the majority of Americans struggle with major financial decisions such as these.
10/01/2014 04:15 p.m.
While some people can get by without a car, most of us in San Diego definitely need one in our daily lives. There are quite a few ways that cars cost money, but three of the biggest expenses are gas, insurance and auto loan payments.
6/19/2014 09:27 a.m.
In your everyday life, there are spending scenarios where the most convenient way also happens to be the most expensive way. It’s that extra $5 you pay for gas because that particular station is on your route to work. Or the $10 you paid for lunch because you didn’t pack one before leaving the house. Or the extra money you paid for groceries when you happened to run out of them, instead of cutting coupons and planning your list. These costs can add up quicker than you think, so here are a few ways to save.