PACKET EDITORIAL, Aug. 14 Back when the state Legislature was making a big show of researching and recommending ways to reduce property taxes, one of the more popular notions kicking around was reducing the extraordinary number of local governments in the state. No other state comes close to matching the number of local governments New… Continue reading Curtail choices in New Jersey governments
Dodge concept car suggests new midsize mini-Charger. VW shows Iroc, a possible new Scirocco. NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) — At the 2006 Paris Motor Show, which opens to the press on Thursday, Dodge will unveil a new Avenger sedan concept. Also, General Motors (Charts) will reveal the Opel Antara SUV, which will be sold in the… Continue reading Dodge Avenger, VW Scirocco to show in Paris
Sacha Baron Cohen, right, arrives for a screening of his movie at the Toronto International Film Festival.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) — Borat, the fictional TV reporter from Kazakhstan, may have gotten under the skin of Kazakh officials, but Thursday he couldn’t get past the gates of the White House. Secret Service agents turned away British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen, in character as the boorish, anti-Semitic journalist, when he tried to invite "Premier George… Continue reading White House turns away ‘Kazakh reporter’ Borat
Know them and improve your chances of landing a better deal on your next trip. By Donna Rosato, Money Magazine staff writer NEW YORK (Money) — Buying an airline ticket has never been a simple task – the rules of the game are always changing. But if you know how the game is played, you’ll… Continue reading 5 dirty secrets of airfares
You get a lot of financial advice when you’re about to have a baby. Sometimes it pays to listen. By Ryan D’Agostino, Money Magazine senior editor (Money Magazine) — When you’re expecting a baby, as my wife and I are, you get a lot of advice. Grandparents-to-be, co-workers, affectionately nosy old ladies on the bus… Continue reading Ringing up baby: What infants really cost
With the real estate bubble losing air, is this your big chance – or the single worst time to buy? By Sarah Max, Money Magazine contributing writer NEW YORK (Money Magazine) — Summer’s winding down, and you’ve still got vacation on the brain: the quiet of the country, the crisp mountain air, the lull of… Continue reading Before you buy that vacation home