Question: I have taken my car in for several repairs in the last couple of months. I assume I’ll need to replace it soon. I might have enough money to pay cash for the next car, but money is tight. Should I try for one of those zero percent finance deals or use my cash?
Answer: When it comes to making decisions about your cash flow, precision beats perception every time.
If the Federal Reserve (Fed) raises short-term interest rates this year, as many financial professionals predict, what will it mean to you? As a consumer, you might experience the “ripple” effects if long-term interest rates eventually follow suit, affecting mortgages and other loans. But as an investor, you might quickly feel the impact of a move by the Fed — especially if you own bonds.
“What the heck!” The only thing unusual was the results from the pain medicine. First off — it burned something fierce, then — I went out of my mind — to a very unhappy place. I decided I was dying and being embalmed.
They had some things on my legs like vibrators, and I tied them to the embalming fluid doing weird things to my legs. I thought I was on this cold embalming table, and they were embalming me from the legs up! I told grandson-in-law, Jonathan, “I’m still alive.”