Is Your Biggest Expense? (after
taxes, of course)
People Think It's Their House
It Be Your Car?)
the first report you received we focused on how a little "out
of the box" thinking can make a dramatic change in your life.
It described the story of Judy and Betty and how their choice (whether
they realized they had a choice or not), made the difference of
a 3 year old car or over $1 Million Dollars.
that time, we told you we had another interesting financial comparison
we'd like to show you. Here it is ....
House or Your Car?
is your BIGGEST expense?
You have all heard over and over again that buying a house will
be the biggest money decision you'll make in your lifetime.
the report you received a few days ago, you discovered how our
average 20 yr old ("Judy") would have to take home over
400,000.00 dollars to have a 3 year old automobile in her driveway,
at age 65.
assume that our same 20 year old Judy buys her first new home,
worth 150,000 dollars, the same year she buys that first new car.
her monthly payments on the mortgage will initially be triple
her monthly car payments, let's see where she ends up at age 65.
might find that her retirement party is getting worse and worse....)
Judy choose a 25 year mortgage (most people choose 30 years), at
65 she has paid a total of almost $500,000.00 to her lender over
the course of her mortgage.
it any wonder the bank stocks are reporting huge profits!!)
good news is that her interest on the mortgage
is tax-deductible in most countries, (unfortunately, not all).
Great News is that Judy's house should have appreciated
dramatically over those 45 years!!
Compare Judy's Results
ended up paying $267,000.00 (after taxes) for a three year-old
car at age 65. (3 year old car value = not very much!
paid $500,000.00 with tax breaks and benefits, for a house that
has APPRECIATED over 45 years to way over 2 million dollars!
the last historical 45 years as an appreciation guideline).
paid $500,000.00 for her house that's worth $2,000,000.00
paid $267,000.00 ($400,000 in earnings!) for a 3 year old car!
is the better financial move?
What do you think was her biggest expense??
ironic how the majority of people will work diligently to make
sure they are making a wise financial decision when it comes to
buying a house. The majority of people don't consider that there
might be a choice when it comes to driving their cars.
smart silent minority of people will also put the effort into arranging
for their driving needs. It's a huge money decision!
of you might be wondering what smart Betty did when it comes to
mortgaging her house. Unfortunately, that's another entire program.
Yes, with some hard work, you can live mortgage free!)
hope these examples have given you an insight to some of the financial
choices you are making. It isn't like winning the lottery, there
are actions you have to take and it is a process that requires
some effort on your part. However, small consistant actions, over
time, can have dramatic resulsts.
see how simple, tiny changes can turn a ugly situation into something
beautiful, click here..
Hopefully our story of Judy and Betty will encourage you to take
some action. The amount of money you will spend on your car, over
the course of your lifetime, can make a HUGE difference in your
Just imagine the money you could save if you could figure out how
to eliminate car payments (without eliminating your car)
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Thanks for reading these reports
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