Save Money On Products You Buy Every Day

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Shopping with online coupons can help you save money on things you use every day. Online coupons sites offers hundreds of coupons that can help you save on items such as vitamins, auto parts and children’s clothing. Best of all, there’s no sales tax. You can often find free shipping and you will save yourself a lot of hassle between high gas prices and long lines at the checkout counter.

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Shopping with online coupons can help you save money on things you use every day. Online coupons sites offers hundreds of coupons that can help you save on items such as vitamins, auto parts and children’s clothing. Best of all, there’s no sales tax. You can often find free shipping and you will save yourself a lot of hassle between high gas prices and long lines at the checkout counter.

Savings for health-related products discounted with coupons at simplybestcoupons.com range from “buy-one-get-one-free?offers to steep price cuts – as high as eighty percent. Retailers in the health and beauty section include Drugstore.com, The Vitamin Shoppe and the House Of Nutrition. Remember to bookmark the health and beauty section of your online coupons rather than bookmarking the individual company’s page – your discounts come thanks to the affiliate linking system set up by agreement between the two websites. Don’t get cheated out of your discount! Once you’re used to using online coupons, this will be a breeze.

Your “daily use?product purchases with online coupons may change weekly depending on the specials being offered at that particular time. Some online coupons never expire, and you can keep using your coupon until the retailer decides to change offers, or the rules stipulate a limit on the number of purchases.

You may gravitate towards certain kind of products that you buy with online coupons, but be sure to check out the other offers. The Children’s section, for example, has great money-savers on products from the Crayola Store, Jostens class ring service and many others. You may not need these products right away, but sooner or later the time may come and you’ll be glad you bookmarked those pages too.

There are plenty of great coupons available for things you least expect. Ever thought you’d save money on replacement checks with an internet coupon? It’s true – a company called Checks Unlimited offers a deal for a low price (per box) and your fourth box of checks comes free – just for clicking the proper link. Another great find is the Franklin Covey store. Now you can get discounted office supplies for the home office, school or your 9-5 workplace.

Online coupons are a great innovation; your savings can start immediately, you save gas and get all your purchases delivered right to your door or PO box. Don’t pay full price ever again!

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Checks And Balances

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Checks are basically written for the transfer of funds from the account of a check holder in a bank or any other depository institution. The purpose of checks is similar to that of money, easing transactions.

One needs to keep in mind certain things to avoid problems on a later date. Take care that you use a proper pen, preferably use an ink pen. All the information should be filed in carefully. Look out that the numerical and written check amounts match. In case of cance…

Checks are basically written for the transfer of funds from the account of a check holder in a bank or any other depository institution. The purpose of checks is similar to that of money, easing transactions.

One needs to keep in mind certain things to avoid problems on a later date. Take care that you use a proper pen, preferably use an ink pen. All the information should be filed in carefully. Look out that the numerical and written check amounts match. In case of cancellation of a check, be sure to keep an account of it. That will help you in matching and reconciling your accounts. When you sign, sign in a legible manner since a scrawl is easier to copy. Draw a line once you are through filling the amount of a check. The line ensures that the blank space cannot be filled later.

The banks have a certain set of rules and regulations in order to protect themselves against frauds. In order to cash a check at times you might even have to give your thumbprints in case of getting a check encashed at a bank other than where you have an account. The state law does not enlist the means of identification of a person. It is up to a bank to decide the means of verification. In most cases it is the ID of a person. The banks have the liberty of refusing a check that could have been issued by the Government also at times. This is again done by the banks to protect against the risk. The customer might be a trickster and once the check is encashed the bank never gets to see that person again. Moreover, a bank might not have the requisite cash for offsetting the credit. The banks may be ready to go that extra bit for their own customers but not in case of non-customers. A bank is also not obliged to pay for a stale check dating more than six months, with the exception of a certified check.

In the case of bad checks the state law imposes a criminal penalty. A bad check means refusal of payment upon the presentation of the check, which is in the knowledge of the issuer. The penalty ranges from a misdemeanor to a Class D felony, depending upon the amount of the check. A customer has a right to stop payment on the check by giving the bank a clear notice that it has reasons to stop it. An oral order has to be backed by a written complaint within a period of 15 days. The order for a stop payment holds good for six months.

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The Myth of the Earnings Yield

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In American novels, well into the 1950’s, one finds protagonists using the future stream of dividends emanating from their share holdings to send their kids to college or as collateral.

In American novels, well into the 1950’s, one finds protagonists using the future stream of dividends emanating from their share holdings to send their kids to college or as collateral. Yet, dividends seemed to have gone the way of the Hula-Hoop. Few companies distribute erratic and ever-declining dividends. The vast majority don’t bother. The unfavorable tax treatment of distributed profits may have been the cause.

The dwindling of dividends has implications which are nothing short of revolutionary. Most of the financial theories we use to determine the value of shares were developed in the 1950’s and 1960’s, when dividends were in vogue. They invariably relied on a few implicit and explicit assumptions:

That the fair “value” of a share is closely correlated to its market price;
That price movements are mostly random, though somehow related to the aforementioned “value” of the share. In other words, the price of a security is supposed to converge with its fair “value” in the long term;
That the fair value responds to new information about the firm and reflects it – though how efficiently is debatable. The strong efficiency market hypothesis assumes that new information is fully incorporated in prices instantaneously.
But how is the fair value to be determined?

A discount rate is applied to the stream of all future income from the share – i.e., its dividends. What should this rate be is sometimes hotly disputed – but usually it is the coupon of “riskless” securities, such as treasury bonds. But since few companies distribute dividends – theoreticians and analysts are increasingly forced to deal with “expected” dividends rather than “paid out” or actual ones.

The best proxy for expected dividends is net earnings. The higher the earnings – the likelier and the higher the dividends. Thus, in a subtle cognitive dissonance, retained earnings – often plundered by rapacious managers – came to be regarded as some kind of deferred dividends.

The rationale is that retained earnings, once re-invested, generate additional earnings. Such a virtuous cycle increases the likelihood and size of future dividends. Even undistributed earnings, goes the refrain, provide a rate of return, or a yield – known as the earnings yield. The original meaning of the word “yield” – income realized by an investor – was undermined by this Newspeak.

Why was this oxymoron – the “earnings yield” – perpetuated?

According to all current theories of finance, in the absence of dividends – shares are worthless. The value of an investor’s holdings is determined by the income he stands to receive from them. No income – no value. Of course, an investor can always sell his holdings to other investors and realize capital gains (or losses). But capital gains – though also driven by earnings hype – do not feature in financial models of stock valuation.

Faced with a dearth of dividends, market participants – and especially Wall Street firms – could obviously not live with the ensuing zero valuation of securities. They resorted to substituting future dividends – the outcome of capital accumulation and re-investment – for present ones. The myth was born.

Thus, financial market theories starkly contrast with market realities.

No one buys shares because he expects to collect an uninterrupted and equiponderant stream of future income in the form of dividends. Even the most gullible novice knows that dividends are a mere apologue, a relic of the past. So why do investors buy shares? Because they hope to sell them to other investors later at a higher price.

While past investors looked to dividends to realize income from their shareholdings – present investors are more into capital gains. The market price of a share reflects its discounted expected capital gains, the discount rate being its volatility. It has little to do with its discounted future stream of dividends, as current financial theories teach us.

But, if so, why the volatility in share prices, i.e., why are share prices distributed? Surely, since, in liquid markets, there are always buyers – the price should stabilize around an equilibrium point.

It would seem that share prices incorporate expectations regarding the availability of willing and able buyers, i.e., of investors with sufficient liquidity. Such expectations are influenced by the price level – it is more difficult to find buyers at higher prices – by the general market sentiment, and by externalities and new information, including new information about earnings.

The capital gain anticipated by a rational investor takes into consideration both the expected discounted earnings of the firm and market volatility – the latter being a measure of the expected distribution of willing and able buyers at any given price. Still, if earnings are retained and not transmitted to the investor as dividends – why should they affect the price of the share, i.e., why should they alter the capital gain?

Earnings serve merely as a yardstick, a calibrator, a benchmark figure. Capital gains are, by definition, an increase in the market price of a security. Such an increase is more often than not correlated with the future stream of income to the firm – though not necessarily to the shareholder. Correlation does not always imply causation. Stronger earnings may not be the cause of the increase in the share price and the resulting capital gain. But whatever the relationship, there is no doubt that earnings are a good proxy to capital gains.

Hence investors’ obsession with earnings figures. Higher earnings rarely translate into higher dividends. But earnings – if not fiddled – are an excellent predictor of the future value of the firm and, thus, of expected capital gains. Higher earnings and a higher market valuation of the firm make investors more willing to purchase the stock at a higher price – i.e., to pay a premium which translates into capital gains.

The fundamental determinant of future income from share holding was replaced by the expected value of share-ownership. It is a shift from an efficient market – where all new information is instantaneously available to all rational investors and is immediately incorporated in the price of the share – to an inefficient market where the most critical information is elusive: how many investors are willing and able to buy the share at a given price at a given moment.

A market driven by streams of income from holding securities is “open”. It reacts efficiently to new information. But it is also “closed” because it is a zero sum game. One investor’s gain is another’s loss. The distribution of gains and losses in the long term is pretty even, i.e., random. The price level revolves around an anchor, supposedly the fair value.

A market driven by expected capital gains is also “open” in a way because, much like less reputable pyramid schemes, it depends on new capital and new investors. As long as new money keeps pouring in, capital gains expectations are maintained – though not necessarily realized.

But the amount of new money is finite and, in this sense, this kind of market is essentially a “closed” one. When sources of funding are exhausted, the bubble bursts and prices decline precipitously. This is commonly described as an “asset bubble”.

This is why current investment portfolio models (like CAPM) are unlikely to work. Both shares and markets move in tandem (contagion) because they are exclusively swayed by the availability of future buyers at given prices. This renders diversification inefficacious. As long as considerations of “expected liquidity” do not constitute an explicit part of income-based models, the market will render them increasingly irrelevant.

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The Four Golden Rules Of Personal Finance

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Many successful people have mentors to guide them in learning the skills that lead to achievement, and I’ll do my best to offer you some critical personal finance perspectives. They say that life is a school where you learn the lesson after the test. The same thing applies to money, but you can’t go back in time to fix catastrophic financial mistakes that you have made over time. As long as you are alive, you are a player on the field of the money-game, and you need to know t…

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Many successful people have mentors to guide them in learning the skills that lead to achievement, and I’ll do my best to offer you some critical personal finance perspectives. They say that life is a school where you learn the lesson after the test. The same thing applies to money, but you can’t go back in time to fix catastrophic financial mistakes that you have made over time. As long as you are alive, you are a player on the field of the money-game, and you need to know the basic rules before you get tagged by the experienced players.

Rule #1: To earn money from money. The only way to escape becoming a wage slave for the rest of your life is to set aside savings. The profit on your savings can be used to increase your lifestyle spending, reduce the number of years until you retire, or allow you to actually have any retirement at all. How are you doing so far toward saving and getting it to earn money for you?

Every dollar that you spend eliminates its ability to earn money for you in the future. I am not recommending that you stop eating at restaurants and going to movies, I am recommending that you use some common sense, like looking at your four biggest expenses over the last few months and aggressively finding a way to reduce them.

The biggest obstacle for the first rule is personal debt of any kind (other than a mortgage for your home) or a lease of any kind. Every personal debt that you incur reduces your net worth which could have been working for you over your life time. Acquiring personal debt is exactly like putting a large hole in your wallet. In the money-game, a huge transfer of wealth occurs between the ‘Haves?and the ‘Have-Nots?over the words, “I can afford that monthly payment.?Here is a hint: the “Have-Nots?are the ones who make that statement. So please don’t ever look at whether you can afford a monthly payment to make a purchase; pay in cash after you’ve saved for the item. [Everything that you buy with a 0%-interest payment plan must be over-priced. Behind the scenes, your payment contract is sold to a lender with an interest rate, and retailers don’t do this without building-in an acceptable profit for themselves. Ask retailers how much the item will cost if you pay in full, and you could get a lower price.]

Rule #2 Always keep your finances under control. The first step in losing financial control and spiraling into debt and money problems is simply not dealing with personal finances. Prepare for catastrophic financial accidents with health, life, disability, and auto insurance. Plan and save before you buy something. Create a balance sheet for yourself at least once a year to see how you are progressing. Pay every bill on time, or contact the creditor to tell them what is going on and make a partial payment. If you are temporarily unable to handle any of this, ask for some help immediately and find someone trustworthy who will do this for you.

The most common source of financial trouble is a trauma in your life. This can be a health problem (large expenses or unable to work), an emotional problem (divorce or loss of loved one), or a financial problem (losing a job, cut in pay, relocation, unexpected expenses). Whichever the source may be, it leads to three emotional problems: the first is denial, the second is being overwhelmed, and the third is hopelessness. Denial causes people to not open their mail and continue spending as usual, and being overwhelmed paralyzes people from getting assistance and dealing with the situation. For example, if you just lost a loved one, balancing your checkbook and paying bills is not high in your priorities. Unfortunately, tiny amounts of debt grow with interest and penalties into seemingly insurmountable mountains of debt; leaving you with loathsome options such as bankruptcy, poor credit, declining lifestyle spending, and added stress that you bring to relationships and work.

Rule #3 Pay attention to the finances of the people with whom you spend the most time. Whether they are relatives, friends, or co-workers, these people have the most impact on your financial life. Do they consistently follow the first two rules of the money game? Do they earn about the same money as you? If the answer to either of those is “no? then I recommend that you start spending a little less time with them; and this is why. If they don’t consistently follow the first two rules, it is unlikely that you will either. You unconsciously model the people around you, and the more people you are exposed to that don’t follow the first two rules, the more likely that you will unwittingly follow them. No one thinks they are ‘trying to keep up with the Joneses? but we all do it to some extent, and this is the mechanism. On the other hand, if they earn a lot more money than you, you may rack up a lot of debt trying to keep up with them (meeting them at their favorite expensive restaurant, joining them for another expensive vacation, buying a new car because yours is the junker among all of your friends, etc.) On the other hand, if most of your friends earn a lot less than you, you will turn into the group’s banker. For example, you’ll find yourself in the pattern of putting your credit card down to pay for dinner and they’ll all say they’ll pay you back later, but 50% of them never do; and they don’t mind taking advantage of you because, after all, you earn a lot more than they do. Or, you and your friends need to pay a deposit for renting a house and they expect you to write the checks because you have the money available and they do not.

The neighborhood that you live in also creates financial pressure to violate the first two financial goals. Your neighbors are likely to become friends (and I’ve already gone over this), but they also influence the size of your home, extent of your landscaping, price of furniture, and the size of your TV. So pay very close attention to the finances of your neighbors ?if you don’t like how they are measuring up for first two rules, move somewhere more in alignment with your financial goals. If your family and friends, don’t measure up financially, find some additional people to spend time with that have financial habits that you’d like to emulate and learn from. I have friends with a wide range of income, but it is much more difficult to follow the first two money rules when I am with the extremes from my own income. You’ll just find it easier to reach the next rule when the peer group that you hang out with aligns closer to your economic level.

Rule #4 Accelerate the other three rules:
Add to your savings by increasing your income through advancing your career. It doesn’t matter whether you enjoy it; it is a means to an end ?with the end being progress toward the fulfillment of rule #1. Increase the amount that you save by aggressively lowering four of your highest expenses. Start spending time with people that talk about investing money and are systematically building their wealth the fastest. The combination of all four of these rules will hopefully offer a next-step for you to take today to start getting more ‘wins?in the money-game.

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How To Be A Frugal Shopper

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Six habits of a frugal shopper. How many of these do you have?

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A frugal shopper has skills and ways of looking at things that help him or her take advantage of the money-saving opportunities in life. There are eleven of these techniques below. You can learn them in a matter of a day or two, practice them for a few weeks, and then save money for the rest of your life.

1. A frugal shopper studies other people. Do you know someone who always gets the best deal on cars, boats, or whatever? Ask him how he does it! Some people will tell you that the cheapest coffee in town is $3 per cup, while others will say 50 cents. There are probably people near you living a good life on half of what you make. Learn how others do things, so you’ll know your options.

2. Frugality requires knowledge of values. It’s tough to get a great deal on a car if you don’t know what a great deal is. Start educating yourself on prices, especially before you’re ready to buy anything that costs a lot.

3. Frugal shoppers pay cash. Things are cheaper when paid for in cash instead of credit. Want that new patio set? The price divided by the number of weeks you can wait to get it equals how much you need to set aside each week. You’ll not only save on interest when you pay cash, but you’ll often get a better price.

4. A good shopper looks for alternatives. Maybe you’d have just as much fun taking that discounted trip to the Bahamas as you would going to Jamaica. If you happen to enjoy pizza just as much – or more, skip the expensive restaurant and call Dominoes.

5. Frugal shoppers tell people what they need. Just mention it in conversation. Do you know how many people get free or cheap things, just because they talk? My neighbor wanted to upgrade her living room debt, and was thrilled that I would take her 3-month-old couch off her hands for $30. Glad I mentioned I was looking for one.

6. Do the math. You didn’t really save $400 on that car if it costs you $500 more in gas each year. Also, be aware that some stores are cashing in on shopper’s assumptions that larger is cheaper. Yes, the gallon of pickles might actually cost more than four quart jars. Be ready to do the math if you want to be a frugal shopper.

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Why it is Important to Teach Your Kids About Money

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Do your teenagers understand how money works? Why is it so important for them to know about money before they start their first job?

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Do your kids understand how money works? Do they earn an allowance for doing chores around the house? Do they baby-sit or mow lawns to earn a few extra bucks? Do you take them to your office during school breaks so they see what it’s like to work a ‘real?job?

Do they know the fundamentals about saving? Do they understand how to figure out which is the best deal? Do you set a good example for them about handling money?

When I was HR Manager of a consulting company, we hired a college student to intern during the summer. He came to ask me about the FICA and Medicare deductions in his first paycheck. He politely told me he didn’t want this deducted anymore, and I had to keep from laughing. I started to explain to him that payroll taxes are not an option, but realized this was his first job and he had never been taught how much of his paycheck he would actually get to keep. He truly believed it all was his- no one had ever told him about Uncle Sam getting his cut first.

The statistics on college students who graduate with thousands of dollars of credit card debt are shocking. Turns out, as they signed up for classes in their freshman year, they also signed up for a credit card without understanding what it would really cost them in the long run. So before they even start earning a living or saving in a 401(k) plan, they have to pay off years of debt. It’s sad that they’re still paying for the pizza they ate two years ago.

It’s so important for kids, especially teenagers, to understand the concept of money and how it flows in and out of your hands throughout your lifetime. How to save it and how to spend it. Why is it important to give some back to others through charitable donations. If you don’t develop an understanding of money early in life, how can you possibly be able to manage it later on?

Parents have a responsibility to make sure their kids understand how money works before they go into the world to earn that first paycheck. Having this knowledge gives them the confidence to make smart money decisions as they navigate their way in life.

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The Stock Market And Its Profits Potentials Compared To Other Investments

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The stock market investments has proving to yield more profits better than other financial investments in the financial market investments. With the stock investment, you are sure of an incessant opportunities of better profits, and above all…you are guarranteed of low risk of losing your money.

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The stock market investments has proving to yield more profits better than other financial investments in the financial market investments. With the stock investment, you are sure of an incessant opportunities of better profits, and above all…you are guarranteed of low risk of losing your money. Your portfolio manager will be on alert 24/5 to harness on your stock investments which fix you on full set of sleeping all day, and partying all night while your stock investment is growing more active by the day, and still making your money… even when you are out on your holidays.

The stock market has been accertained of its risk free and its profits potentials with the following other investments below, and the stock has been proven to be more yielding better than others below.

{1} Real Estate: ————- {Land & Building}
{2} Securities: ————– {Shares/Stocks and bonds}
{3} Trading: —————– {Buying/Selling/import & Export}
{4} Manufacturing: ———– {Goods & Services}
{5} Fixed Deposits: ———- {Banks/Building Societies}

Although, some investments are more lucrative than the other, but above all, ”The stock market” has still remained the most active, yielding, profitting and very lucrative among all others. A good example of one year investment trial has been conducted between the listed investments above, And yet ”The stock market” still emerge the leading profitting investment to yield potential profits among all others.

This statistic figures below has been monitored on 2 years on approximation investment prices as at between January 2006 to January 2008:-

Cost Of Price As At January 2006 Cost Of Price As At January 2008
{1} Land Cost:- 10,000 And 15,000 —— Current Price:- 13,000 And 18,000
{2} Buildings Cost:- 10,000 And 15,000 —— Building Cost:- 13,000 And 18,000
{3} Business Cost:- 10,000 And 15,000 —– Trading Cost:- 14,000 And 19,000
{4} Manufacturing Cost:- 100,000 And 15,000 — Manufacturing Cost:- 15,000 And 20,000
{5} Securities Cost, 10,000 And 15,000 —— Securities Cost:- 18,000 And 26,000

The statistics here show the result of changes in profit and in more yielding, lucrative and more profitable in each of the investments.

Statistics Of Changes In The Investment Profits As At January 2008.

Land Profits:- 13,000 And 18,000 ———– Profits Of:- 3,000 Each.
Building Profits:- 13,000 And 18,000 ——- Profits Of:- 3,000 Each.
Business Profits:- 14,000 And 19,000 ——– Profits Of:- 4,000 Each.
Manufacturing Profits:- 15,000 And 20,000 — Profits Of:- 5,000 Each.
Securities Profits:- 18,000 And 26,000 —— Profits Of: 8,000 And 11,000.

This statistic fagure above showed that the investment started at thesame time, and with thesame amount of capital investment, but with the changes and the transactions within the 2 years period of time, the securities stand solely as the highest yielding profitable investment with a huge difference of between 8,000 and 11,000 profits. The manufacturing is also another yielding investment within the same period of 2 years investment… thats to show you how profitting the stock markets and other securities markets stands to profit you money, you can even earn 3 times of your capital investment. You still earn money in stock market, even when you are sleeping or even when you are in a long distance holidays trip.

The stock market is the only assured investment that can prompt you enough chance to spend time with you family and your love one’s give, travel to the moon, engage other businesses and at the end of the day… you will still have so much to spend around with joy and happiness. Try investing into stock market today and you will see some changes in your financial capacity almost instantly, and to tell you the fact ” is INCESSANT”. You have absolutely nothing to lose order than profits, profits, profits and more profits. Read more from the authors links below.

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Dollar Saving Tips on your Next Car Rental

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When booking your rental car for your vacation, take the time to shop around for the best deal.

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One of the biggest vacation expenses is a rental car. Below are a few suggestions on how you can save money on your next rental car.

If you are flying to your vacation destination and have booked the flight either online or through a travel agency, you can more than likely get a discount on your rental car if you book it as part of the package. The majority of car rental companies collaborate with at least one airline to provide frequent flyer miles or other types of rewards when you rent a car. In addition, many airlines offer incentive and bonus programs where you get extra miles or extra credit, so be sure to inquire about these programs when making your reservation.

When choosing your rental car, a compact or subcompact economy car is usually less expensive than a full size sedan or minivan. Therefore, selecting an economy will not only be less expensive, but you will also get better gas mileage thus saving on gas expenses.

If you need a large sedan, SUV or minivan for the comfort of your family, it is well worth your time to shop around. There is usually a high demand for these types of vehicles and therefore a larger price tag. Travel related web sites are a good place to start your research to familiarize yourself with the average price in your vacation area.

The duration of the rental will have an influence on the cost as well. Weekly rentals are usually far less costly than a daily rate spread over a week. Therefore, if your vacation plans are for a week or more, be sure to inquire about special rates. If you are taking a weekend vacation, many companies offer weekend specials on certain makes and models of their cars.

In addition, a number of national car companies and local smaller companies rent their used cars for much less than a new car from a rental agency. In most instances, these cars are only a few years old and provide the same protection as a new car.

For the business traveler, joining a frequent renter club, or using the same rental car company each time, is a great way to get some special coupons and some very good deals that you could use for the family vacation.

Most people purchase car insurance from the rental agency. Usually, this is not necessary. If you have purchased your rental car on your credit car, you may already have coverage as part of your credit card plan. In addition, as an automobile owner, you car insurance may provide coverage for rental cars. Therefore, it is necessary for you to check your credit card plan and automobile insurance, if you are covered, then purchasing insurance from the rental car agency is not necessary.

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