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Buying a car can be a major purchasing decision. For most, it involves a lot of research and discussion. There are many things to consider when buying a car – make and model, new or used, private party or dealer. Knowing the pros and cons of each of these can help you make a more informed decision.
You do not need to be a car-buying expert to get a reliable car in your budget. With many ways to buy, it is important to find the right car, understand the financial commitments that come with car ownership and researching what is best for you.
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Navigate your way to a successful vehicle purchase! To best prepare yourself, start with a money management plan to learn what you can afford, then tackle the remaining elements.
For those actively serving, this program can save you money and help you manage your finances.
Guaranteed Asset Protection (GAP) provides coverage to help pay the difference between what your insurance will pay and what you owe on your loan if your vehicle is totaled or stolen.
Credit Protection, also known as credit life and disability, is designed to cover your loan if you die or become unable to work due to disability.
Looking for a used car? Check the deals at TFCU’s repo lot located behind the Midwest City branch.
You can access free and confidential financial counseling and online resources through TFCU’s relationship with BALANCE.
The CUNA Resource Center has financial tips and advice for anything ranging from teaching kids to saving for retirement.
Find the financial coaching program that best fits your needs and enjoy one-on-one assistance with topics ranging from budgeting, credit report review and car buying to purchasing your first home or preventing foreclosure.