How to Buy a Car like a Boss Lady

Boss Lady's Guide to Buying a Car | THINK LIKE A BOSS LADY, created by Lisa Tufano | #cars #carbuyingtips #carbuyingtipsforwomen #tipsandtricks #negotiation #buyingacar #howtobuyacar

Buying a car can be totally overwhelming, but a boss lady knows that in order to get into the driver’s seat she’s got to be in the driver’s seat during the buying process. The actual process may seem time consuming and frustrating, especially if you’ve never done it before.

Whether you’re a newbie or just want to freshen up some of your negotiation tactics, I have compiled some valuable car buying tips for women based on my own personal experience buying and helping others to buy their cars. Utilized properly, these should minimize the headache and save you some significant time and money.

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Guide to Choosing a Wedding Party aka Avoiding Bad Bridesmaids

Boss Lady's Guide to Choosing a Wedding Party

No bride deserves a deadbeat bridesmaid in her wedding party. That said, unless the wedding is a Kim and Kanye style affair with all expenses paid, the reality is that being a bridesmaid is often about 30% glamour and 70% hard labor. With the growing interest in DIY and destination weddings, it’s more important than ever for a would-be bride to select her attendants carefully and be realistic with herself and with her potential maids about the demand on everyone’s time and pocketbook. There is a lot more to it than tulle and flowers, and not everyone will be enthusiastic about hot gluing sequins to masons jars for 12+ hours to save you a few bucks.

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Credit Card Debt and the Millennial Woman

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The Boss Lady's Guide to Responsible Credit Card Usage | THINK LIKE A BOSS LADY | thinklikeabosslady.com


Credit card debt and the millennial woman… two things that are often associated and should never be. Although it’s the comedic fodder of television, movies, books, and even the Sunday morning funny pages, women are capable of rational thought, financial management, and consumer accountability. It’s time to break up with debt altogether, and chip away at the negative association that credit card debt and the millennial woman are somehow happy bedfellows.

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