When Things Work Out
Anyone who has ever leased a car and then leased another has experienced some chaos along the way, with lease mileage and pay-off amounts and who knows what other little details that can cost more and more money with each iteration. If you’re self-employed or can otherwise write off some part of an automobile lease (we are not tax advisors, don’t take our word for it), it’s a worthwhile exercise, but it can still be a headache, and if you are leasing a car just for the heck of it, it can be that much more of a pain.
Nancy snagged a new car, the same as her previous two cars, leased for business, this time not only with some feature improvements that make for a better vehicle over the previous model years, but some lease negotiation advice which has brought the monthly down and so the net positive experience up. You don’t see that every day.
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Nancy worked with Your Car Insiders, and the interaction, the negotiations, and the outcome were all worth the research and effort. Your mileage may vary, but as the saying goes, you don’t ask, you don’t get.
Everything New Is Leased Again via Anchor.fm
Co-hosts: Nancy Hugo, Dan Hugo
Recorded 11 July 2021, Published 12 July 2021
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Notes and Links
With numbers in some places going up when they should be going down, it’s good to get a quick rundown on the state of the science of the pandemic from a subject matter expert:
Here’s the CDC website keeping track of post-vaccination reactions, if you have side effects or are concerned about them:
Are you feeling the weather where you are? Would you like to know how much more or less your locality is feeling across time? Well the Weather Underground is one of many websites offering historical data for examination and amazement:
Let’s face it, we are still living in some unusual times, stay safe out there!
Note on the Weekend Edition
If you take the Hugo Floss Weekend Newsletter, which we publish via Twitter’s Revue platform, you may have noticed your did not receive one for 9 July. Do not fret, this was some R&R and in Dan’s case, some recovery from a busy Thursday and either some cold or intense allergy symptoms, which coupled with high temperatures (not as high as in Phoenix, but pretty high for Las Vegas) lead to the need to take a break.
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