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PostPosted: Wed Nov 28, 2018 1:14 pm 
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Roymondo wrote:
Much the same here - I am now at that stage in my life where even if I need to find a significant wedge of cash (such as just a couple of months ago when I needed to purchase a new car for Mrs Roymondo) I simply pull it from existing savings and "pay myself back" over the following 12/24 months. I have the essentials (i.e. house/car(s)/motorbike) and enough money coming in each month to comfortably cover the ongoing expenditure Rachat crédit Isolation. I keep "window shopping" for a new car for me - but each time I find one I like, I look at the hit on my finances and say "why would I want to spend all that money when the C1 does everything I need it to do?". The only thing I'm saving up for is my retirement!

You are lucky to have savings to be able to buy what you want. We have to make a loan or credit to have a new car.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 13, 2019 2:38 pm 
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Roymondo wrote:
Much the same here - I am now at that stage in my life where even if I need to find a significant wedge of cash (such as just a couple of months ago when I needed to purchase a new car for Mrs Roymondo) I simply pull it from existing savings and "pay myself back" over the following 12/24 months. I have the essentials (i.e. house/car(s)/motorbike) and enough money coming in each month to comfortably cover the ongoing expenditure Douche plain-pied. I keep "window shopping" for a new car for me - but each time I find one I like, I look at the hit on my finances and say "why would I want to spend all that money when the C1 does everything I need it to do?". The only thing I'm saving up for is my retirement!

Yes, but you still have to think of bailing the cashier because you will realize that you have spent all those days and you will not be able to do anything anymore.


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