Find out the smart money moves you should make before you go out and buy a new car.

Buying a new car is both an exciting experience and a daunting one all at the same time. While we love the new car smell that seems to linger forever, we hate the process of haggling with the car salesperson.

Before you buy the new car is actually the most important time to make some smart money moves. When you’re already at the dealership and in love with the car – well, all reason goes out the door.

So, what are the important steps you can take to make sure your new car fits in with your budget and your lifestyle?

On This Podcast Episode:

I’m dishing my 7 steps that you should take before you head out and buy a new car. One of my favorites is the act of paying yourself the payment before you actually have to make the payment. Say what?

Find out all the tips and why they can help supercharge your car buying experience. Plus, check out my friends at AutoGravity who have a brand new app that lets you choose a car, apply for financing and select a deal all from the palm of your hands. It’s genius.

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