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We’ve been hearing a lot of mixed messages lately about the outlook for young graduates: some pundits point to an improving job market and bright futures, while others lament a tougher-than-ever economy. Whatever the case, there seems to be some … Continue reading
Think everything is going up in price these days? Well, think again. Some well-loved products are expected to drop in price headed into the new year, according to dealnews.com – whether it’s because people are spending less on non-essentials or … Continue reading
Despite a good range of quality offerings – in my opinion, anyway – Hollywood is in trouble. Like $500 million in trouble. At least, that’s how much less people spent going to the movies this year than last year. And … Continue reading
As we all dig deep into our wallets for a little extra cash this holiday season, there’s a fun way for people with some extra coins laying around to cash in – Metro Bank’s “Magic Money Machine:”
Some people in the community who are anxious to take in a meal at the recently-closed Roosevelt Tavern have asked when the downtown eatery might open its doors. In August, I reported that the restaurant was under new ownership and … Continue reading
A buddy of mine and I have had a long-standing dispute when it comes to how people should handle their money. I’m of the belief that the money you earn is your own and you should be able to use … Continue reading
Pets are a lot of work. They’re also pretty expensive. Trust me, I know. I have to put up with these little monsters on a regular basis: Note: I’m actually obsessed with them … Continue reading
Earlier this year, I wrote about the soaring price of pork products, especially bacon, which reached record high prices in July – more than $4.40 per pound. Customers and restaurateurs alike complained that it was costing more than ever to … Continue reading
According to new data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 11.2% of federal student loans are more than 90 days past due. Only credit card payments are further behind than student loans. And all I have to say … Continue reading