Michael on October 16th, 2008
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Continuing on our theme of basics, I read one particularly good article at this week’s Carnival of Personal Finance: The article, written by Fiscal Zen, is 25 Savvy Tips for Car Buyers and Owners

As you know, there are always great articles at the Carnival of Personal Finance, this week including my post discussing how The world is not ending: Three days with 3,200 financial planners, but I always try to be realistic with my recommendations, so I only put out one suggested reading from that source each week.  Fiscal Zen’s post is perfect because there is something in there for anybody who has or uses a car (which is about 99% of the people I know).

You: Who are the other 1%?

My cousins, who live in NYC.  (Thanks for asking.)  But for everyone else, there’s bound to be useful information there that will save you money.  It’s the kind of stuff that makes it easier to live fiscally responsibly without being cheap. It’s basics. It’s what we all need to get back to.  A car is a great way to start the trip.

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One Comment to “Driving home the basics”

  1. Randy says:

    Thanks for the mention!

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