Like your other retirement plans, there’s no one right answer for the type of vehicle that makes the most sense. Still, it pays to buy smart. With the average cost of car ownership hitting your wallet at $8,000 a year, decisions about what car you drive and how you maintain it translate to real money.
Year-end can mean sweet car deals. Eager to get rid of inventory, dealers offer buyers sales and incentives. But that doesn’t always mean you’ll land a great deal — or a car that you can afford. Sally Rejas and her husband Daryl recently did their shopping through the USAA Car Buying Service. They printed a
While fuel-efficient cars once dominated the top 10 list, lower gas prices have made trucks popular with military members.