- LifestyleKiplinger•5 hours ago
The closer you get to retirement, it seems, the more pressure there is to plan ahead. When I talk to retirees, they frequently bring up their regrets--things they say they'd do differently if they could. Here are a few of the more common mistakes retirees make that we all can learn from: 1.
Ford Motor Co. (NYSE: F) offers a 0% annual percentage rate (APR) for six years (72 months) across its entire model line, presumably to clear out 2016 models. The deals come at a time when car finance defaults, blamed to some extent on long loan repayment programs, have skyrocketed. Ford has taken on at least some degree of trouble because of the trends. The “Ford Freedom” sales event requires buyers to use Ford Credit APR financing. Ford Credit is part of Ford. That means it takes on either the benefit or problems with the loans. To put the loans in perspective, they will be paid through 2022. According to Carfax: Don’t be fooled into thinking depreciation slows much after the first year. The