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Listen: Why a balloon payment explodes your finances

Aug 2, 2019

Balloon payments are financial traps to entice you to buy a car you really cannot afford. Maya (@mayaonmoney) and Mapalo (@womanandfinance) explain the evils of balloon payments and offer some tips on how to settle that balloon payment hanging above your head.

 

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Maya Fisher-French author of Money Questions Answered

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