It’s time to buy your next vehicle. These experts suggest ways to pay for it. Whether you’re loaded with cash or eating PB&J every night to make ends meet, money matters when you’re purchasing a vehicle. That’s why Nationwide consulted … Continued
Monthly Archives: July 2014
For every used-car advocate, there’s a new-car afficionado. How can you choose? These days, the average new car costs close to $30,000, so buying a used vehicle for half the amount can be appealing. After all, according to the nonprofit … Continued
Compare the arrangements on these key points to find your own savings. As you compare purchase and lease opportunities, start by learning the lingo using sites like Cars.com or LeaseGuide.com. You can also download a copy of the Federal Reserve … Continued
Knowing the answers to these questions will help you prepare for one of the most expensive purchases you’ll ever make. “Aside from buying a house, getting a new or slightly used vehicle is one of the most expensive decisions you’ll … Continued
The instant you drive your new car off the dealer’s lot, it loses value. Now, if you plan to keep it for more than just a few years, buying new may be a sound financial decision. But if you’re on a tight budget, a used car with relatively few miles and in good shape can often save you a significant amount of money.
At Nationwide, we know being healthy is important. Recently, we earned Gold Level HealthLead Workplace Accreditation for our healthy workplace because of our associates’ commitment to make living a healthy life a priority.
It’s not always easy to stay healthy if you work at a desk all day, so we’ve put together 10 great tips to stay fit at work.