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|Subject: Re: Buying Retirement PLace in Fl||Date: 10/26/2013 12:03 AM|
|Author: aj485||Number: 126492 of 127901|
Finance the first couple if you have to, but also be putting money away for a replacement so that you don't have to ever finance a car again.
I don't see any problem with financing a car if the terms are right.
Okay, I added some bolding to emphasize the key part of the first statement.
Having money saved up to buy a car doesn't preclude anyone from 'financing a car if the terms are right'. However, not having money/assets to purchase a car when one is needed will likely require financing on whatever terms are offered, even if the terms are crappy.
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