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How Does Your Credit Affect What You Pay For a Car?

When you have a lower credit score, lenders try to balance out the risk of giving you financing with a high-interest rate. The lower your credit score is, the higher an interest rate you'll be offered. Interest adds up over time and in some cases, you could be paying thousands more for a car over the length of your financing.

So, how do we avoid high-interest rates on our car loans? By boosting our credit as fast as we can before we go get an auto loan.

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New or Used Car: Which Is The Best Option?

If you're in the market for a car, you've probably found yourself wondering the same question we all do: which is better? A new car or a used car? Which is going to cost the least in the long run?

The traditional thinking here is that buying a used car that has low mileage and is only a couple of years old is going to be your best bet. You avoid the first couple of years of severe depreciation, your insurance will cost less, and you still get the benefit of a relatively new car, avoiding excessive repair costs. And if you are unable to finance a new car due to poor credit, there is always the option to be patient while you work on your credit score.

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