The new vs. used car debate rages on today’s podcast. Which is better, buying new with the warranties and assurances that a dealer brings to the table, or purchasing used for (possibly) a lot less money? No platitudes or “rules of thumb” in this discussion. Renee Horne, VP of Loan Experiences from USAA, and Timothy Cain, auto sales analyst for TheTruthAboutCars.com, tackle every aspect of the discussion, from warranties, insurance, car payments, maintenance, car dealers, and available choices. It’s a comprehensive, fun discussion that you won’t want to miss.
…and in our Friday FinTech segment, ever worry about paying too much for health care? Better yet, ever wonder if you’re being overcharged at your doctor versus going to a different provider? David Vivero from Amino.com joins us to talk about researching your doctor, health care facility AND the procedures you’re contemplating in an easier way than you’d ever thought possible.
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<2:42>Today’s Roundtable Contributors/Our Topics
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- The Advantages of Buying a New or Used Vehicle (Car and Driver)
- New vs. Used: 6 Benefits of Buying New Cars for Sale in Billings (Billings Nissan)
- Auto loan horror stories (Bank Rank)
<22:27> Friday FinTech Segment: Amino
David Vivero, Amino founder.
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