While public transportation was the primary way Americans got around in the 1940s, the boom in car ownership eventually meant fewer people on subways and buses. But thanks to high gas prices and an improving economy, that seems to be changing.
Since the economy took a turn for the worse, more and more young adults are moving back home with their parents after graduating from college, and this could be one reason why: recent grads are making less now than they did a decade ago.
If you’re one of those impatient people who gets a refund anticipation loan (RAL) from a tax preparer, enjoy it while it lasts — after this year, those loans are going away. And it’s probably for your own good.
Many of the people who’ve taken part in Occupy Wall Street protests claim the wealthy — or, as they call them, “the one percent” — are selfish and unethical. And now a new study may have proven them right.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) says wireless resources are not infinite. In fact, the smartphones to which we’re all so addicted are gobbling so much bandwidth that as early as next year, we could be paying more for our service — not to mention seeing slower data sp…