Are gas prices a deciding factor for buying a car?

Answer On One Hand: Consumer Polls Say YesAccording to a consumer poll by Rasmussen Reports, in June 2009, 80 percent of Americans at least take gas prices into consideration when buying a new car. Forty-... Read More »

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How to Factor Falling Fuel Prices Into Your Household Activities?

Fuel prices have gone up and down like a yo yo in recent years, with the going up being the more common state of affairs. Although dips in fuel prices are a welcome relief, this is no reason to be ... Read More »

How Do I Factor in Depreciation in Buying an Apartment?

In normal usage, depreciation is the decrease in an asset's value due to any cause. In financial accounting, depreciation refers to a procedure to represent the constant decrease in an asset's valu... Read More »

If John and Edward were to somehow win the X-Factor, would you be buying their songs?

Never in a million years. They are only staying in because they've got the whole of Ireland voting for them and the English, Scottish and Welsh votes are split between all the other contestants. As... Read More »

What are the differences between buying a condominium or a co-op apartments in terms of rights prices and taxes?

Depending on the state where the property exists, and depending on the legal status of the two different kinds of real estate ownership, there could be differences in prices and taxes, and rights.U... Read More »