- Posted on
3rd March 2015
So the only money I am worried about, is the money I can save in the future.
Here are the reasons I should sell my car for cash riverside:
1. Living in a city — with ample public transportation, alternative car-sharing options, bicycle riding, and walking — makes having a car a luxury, not a necessity.
2.Getting rid of $12,200 of unpaid debt is a good thing.
3.There are additional costs to car ownership — insurance, gas, parking, maintenance — that will continue to add up over time. (To the tune of about $450 per month.)
4.The current value of my car ($14,000) is more than I owe on my payments ($12,200)
5.A car is a depreciating asset, and will not add any value over time. Struggling to make these payments does not help me reduce or eliminate debt in other areas of my life.
6.Public transportation to work costs $4 each way, or approximately $160 per month.
7.If I also choose to use a car-sharing program on the weekends, I would spend between $50 and $75 for a weekend use — but the cost would be elective, and not fixed.
8.If I don’t spend the money on the car, I can spend the money on other things that are more important.
It seems abundantly clear that this car should be sold. And yet, i get in, buckle up, and drive to work everyday or to teach swim lesson after work, to dinner parties, to events, on trips to Tahoe, on excursions. . Maybe I’m attached to it psychologically and emotionally. And maybe, just maybe, I don’t want to admit that I made the mistake of buying it in the first place. Whatever the reason, I am afraid to sell my car.
So, with all that being said, the question remains: Should I sell my car?
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Unit #1, Valley Village, CA
- Posted on
28th February 2015
The costs for owning said car have been unbelievable! In one year I have spent $12,672.00. The cost for owning and maintaining this car per month being around $1014.00. This is roughly 1/3 of my take home income.
If I sell my used car for cash san diego – What would I do with $1014.00 extra a month?
The current situation:
In November, I moved back to San Francisco because I couldn’t stand the daily commute. Commuting through traffic daily is really very tiring and physiologically draining. I quickly remembered why I don’t like driving. San Francisco is a hub of public transportation options. Sometimes better or worse, depending on the neighborhood that you live in. I now live only 8 miles from my job in Sausalito. Parking there is an easy task. Whereas parking in San Francisco is a nightmare.
While I have the option to purchase a parking space, these cost at least $300.00 and I can hardly stomach what I am already spending on a car I don’t really need. I now have alternatives to driving to work. For instance: biking, taking the bus (which would double my commute time, but keeps me from driving or concentrating on the road), or even walking if the weather permits.
I worry that it would be a mistake to sell my car after only owning it for a year. My parents say I should ride it out for the last two years because I can’t possibly survive without a car. Most people suggest that it would be foolish to buy a car and then sell it within the first year of ownership. I believe that whatever money I have spent is already gone.
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San Diego, CA
- Posted on
7th February 2015
The dental clinic, here at dentist richmond bc, strives to be a dental place with a technology edge.
Why is this? First of all, it is very important to leverage these technologies, and this is what an organization must do if it is specializing in both customer service and clinical skills. General Dentistry is something that does indeed encompass both of them.
The profession that we have does truly exist at the very busy intersection that is all about science and customer service. Devices such as smartphones and tablets are the very thing, which does help somewhat, in order to make this unique junction flourish properly. Apps are constantly being created to do many things. These apps do serve a wide variety of dental clinic’s needs. These apps meet your needs, your team’s needs, and the needs of your patients.
Let’s look at the many ways, you can also, integrate the use of technology into your very own dental practice.
What’s In The Dental Lobby?
Part of patient intake
Tablets are something that do manage to work very well with the context of dental practices. This is because they do make life a whole lot easier for the dental team and for patients.
Chartless or paperless practices for dentists is what is becoming the accepted norm in dental offices. The existence of the tablet is what is helping this transition to take place. Tablets save a great deal on paper and are very efficient and end the paper clutter.
- Posted on
6th February 2015
Each of us do know at least a one someone who is not enchanted with their businesses. They are people who cling very lovingly to their “dumb” work places. It doesn’t really matter if they are taken with technology or not. If anything, all they do want is this, and that is for their businesses to just make them some money and nothing else.
This is something that is very well and good, but if you are a dentist, it is highly advised to navigate as much as possible along the road that is filled with interest and that feeling of serving others. This is something that is both captivating and necessary in its own way to be a successful dental business owner – and its important for them to also by interested in using appropriate dental technologies..