Beware Of Driverless Cars

US Government Announces Investment in Autonomous Vehicles The Obama Administration has made it more likely that in the future, you will be able to perform useful tasks while on your daily commute through rush hour traffic. Imagine texting, eating breakfast, working on those important business graphs, or binge watching your favorite show while navigating the…
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Moneytips: The Family Balance Sheet

We hear a lot of pronouncements about the finances of the average American family from a particular angle — wages are rising or falling, debt is either accumulating or easing, retirement and savings accounts are growing or shrinking — but rarely is it all put into the context of a balance sheet, treating the American…
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8 Biggest Athlete Divorces

Professional athletes can begin to think they are invincible in both their professional and personal lives. In the first case, it is often injury that brings them back down to Earth. In the second case, it is often a divorce. It is not uncommon for pro athletes to pay millions of dollars to their ex-wives,…
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Are Payday Loans Worth It?

Did your Christmas shopping empty your bank account? Before you turn to a payday loan, which 12 million Americans take out every year, check out our infographic. You’ll learn about this controversial practice, and how the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is trying to regulate them.   Originally posted on MoneyTips Difficulty Paying Your Bills —…
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Moneytips: Are You Protected From This Unpleasant Sewer Flooding?

Does your homeowner’s insurance cover damage from a sewer backup? Most policies do not, and while you probably wouldn’t think about this hazard, it happens more frequently than people think. Infrastructures are aging across the nation, and older homes may not have sufficient plumbing protections to prevent a system-wide backup from entering your home. An…
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