If you're car shopping, you might find a deeper discount on Labor Day weekend for new 2016 models.
"Everyone is referring to Labor Day as the 'Black Friday' of car shopping," says Perez. Not only is it a 3-day weekend for most people, as well as the start of a new month, but it coincides with the time when a lot of the 2017 models are hitting the lots. So dealers are looking to clear out the 2016 models.
"All of those factors together make it a good time to buy a car," she says. Look for incentives like 0% financing or rebates of $2,000 to $5,000, says Perez.