Tag: Honda

Young Married Couples: Follow the Ways of The Millionaire Next Door

By Thomas J. Stanley on Jul 16th, 2013 in Mentor's Corner

Love should be the basis for a long and happy marriage. But even deep affection can be tarnished if a couple does not share the same goals and objectives.  J and J, both 28, are getting married this fall.  He is an engineer; she is an accountant.  Neither have any debt. Their combined 2013 income will be nearly $150,000 […]

Manufacturer with Smallest % of Subprime Car Buyers: Honda

By Thomas J. Stanley on Oct 10th, 2012 in Studying the Wealthy

Early in my career I wrote an article entitled “Why You’re Not as Wealthy as You Should Be.”  It was published in Medical Economics and later extracted for Reader’s Digest.  Much of the details were later incorporated into my books.  Those who have accumulated significantly less wealth than the norm for their respective age and income […]

Buying a Car: First Cost vs. Life Cycle Cost

By Thomas J. Stanley on Feb 10th, 2011 in Lessons Learned

In a recent advertisement for Honda Accord, it was described as having the highest resale value within its class.  I’m not surprised.  How well a motor vehicle holds its value depends on several factors.  Of course reliability is important no doubt, but there is something else.  It has to do with retail versus fleet sales.  […]