Archive | September, 2013

The True Cost of Driving America’s Most Popular Cars

Posted on 19 September 2013

Sacrifices are made while justifying the price on a new car — one less meal out per month, cut the cable bill, switch to a different cell phone. We find all sorts of ways to convince ourselves the new ride we covet is affordable.   The problem is that we’re only looking at the price […]

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Fuel Factors: Cut Your Cost at the Pump

Posted on 12 September 2013

Americans households, on average, drive 72 minutes per day and spend nearly $5,500 on auto-related expense every year, according to data. That adds up to being in our vehicles more than 290 hours every year. With the cost of gas continuing to rise across the nation, its time to drive smarter in the name […]

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The Federal Debt Ceiling – Its Origins and Implications

Posted on 11 September 2013

  The United States debt limit or debt ceiling is an amount, fixed by legislation, of the national debt that can be imposed by the Treasury.  Since the different expenditures of the government are observed and authorized by different pieces of legislation, the debt ceiling does not play any role in restricting annual deficits.  And […]

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Taking a Chance on Change in New Jersey – The Online Gaming Issue

Posted on 05 September 2013

  News out of New Jersey indicates that the casinos in Atlantic City are working to upgrade and streamline gambling from traditional brick and mortar structures to online gambling.  This change will complement the casino setting – enabling guests to “gamble on the go” when they are not on the gaming floor.  Casinos in the […]

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