Pasadena Service Federal Credit Union

Should I Lease or Purchase a Car?
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Should you lease or buy a car? Use this calculator to calculate your monthly payments and total net cost. By comparing these amounts, you can determine which is the better for you.

Vehicle Information

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Lease Information

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Loan Information

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Loan Down Payment:
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Loan Balance:
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Subtract - Vehicle Value:
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Yearly Loan Costs:
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Lease Information

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Cash Paid (Capital Reduction):
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Other Lease Fees:
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Total Lease Payments:
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Total Lease Costs:
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Yearly Lease Cost:
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Pasadena Service Federal Credit Union

Today, PSFCU has grown into an10,000+ member organization with $100+ million in assets. Membership is now extended to the following field of membership: Persons who Live, Work, Worship or Attend School in, Altadena, Arcadia, Pasadena, San Marino, Sierra Madre, South Pasadena, and the unincorporated area of 91107. Spouses and immediate family members of PSFCU members are also eligible for membership. See website for details.

670 N. Rosemead Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91107
877-297-4707
www.mypsfcu.org

Resources

Resources

About.com - "Should you buy or lease a car?" provides an FAQ to help you determine the best choice for your situation.

Kelly Blue Book will help you find out what your prospective car or truck is worth. Don't overpay! Get the facts before you head to the dealer.

Car Financing With a Credit Union Because credit unions are member-owned and member-operated, they pay-it-forward to members in the form of better interest rates and lower fees (instead of sending profits up to shareholders, like at a bank.).