Archive for December 2017

4K Review: 2018 Toyota Camry Quick Drive | Consumer Reports

Toyota has redesigned the Camry for 2018, making it more exciting to drive, spruced up its styling, and freshened up the interior. But more importantly Toyota continues to make advanced safety features standard on all trim levels.

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Which cars are the most reliable? And which brands have the best track record for quality? We go deep into our 2018 reliability survey to discuss who’s up, who’s down, and a few surprises from the over 640,000 vehicles included in our data.

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:50 – How we gather our reliability data

2:50 – current reliability trends

7:14 – 2018 reliability survey highlights

15:35 – Tesla Model 3 reliability announcement

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Consumer Reports 2018 Most Reliable Car Brands

Consumer Reports each year asks its subscribers whether they’ve had problems with their cars. We use that information to produce our annual reliability survey, which this year includes data from 640,000 vehicles. 

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Consumer Reports each year asks subscribers whether they’ve had problems with their cars. That data, which this year comes from 640,000 vehicles, forms our annual reliability survey. Here are the vehicles at the bottom of our rankings.

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School Board Meeting | February 9, 2016 | Stafford County Public Schools

Meeting of the Stafford County School Board on Tuesday, February 9 at the Alvin York Bandy Administrative Complex.
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“Smart” Meters Recalls, Replacements, Fires, Explosions, General

“Smart” Meters Recalls, Replacements, Fires, Explosions, General

The Event Is Coming Soon – “Smart” Meters Recalls, Replacements, Fires, Explosions, General Failure, Measurement Errors, Privacy Concerns, Cybersecurity Risks, and Sick People

In 2011, Consumers Digest predicted that “Smart” Meters “represents little more than a boondoggle that is being foisted on consumers by the politically influential companies”: “Why Smart Meters Might Be a Dumb Idea.”

So it’s not all that surprising that so far – hundreds of thousands of “Smart” Meters have been recalled and/or replaced throughout North America due to various reasons including fires, explosions, general failure, and measurement errors. There are utility companies who are already making plans to replace hundreds of thousands more.

All over the world, concerned citizens, elected officials, and organizations have been fighting to keep “Smart” Meters out of their communities due to health, safety, privacy, and cybersecurity concerns. When they haven’t been able to completely stop utilities, they fight for the right to “opt out” of “Smart Meters” being installed on their homes and businesses.

Even proponents who originally gushed about “Smart” Meters seem to have changed their tune. One example is Sara Jerome of Water Online:

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Predatory Lending: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

Predatory Lending: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

Payday loans put a staggering amount of Americans in debt. They prey on the elderly and military service members. They’re awful, and nearly impossible to regulate. We’ve recruited Sarah Silverman to help spread the word about how to avoid falling into their clutches.

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FDR & the New Deal: How Progressive Policies Saved a Nation

FDR & the New Deal: How Progressive Policies Saved a Nation

FDR introduced a record number of pieces of legislation immediately after being elected during Great Depression. FDR signed the Emergency Banking Act and the Glass-Steagall Act which prohibited the merger of commercial and investment banks in response to the 1933 bank panic. FDR also created the Civilian Conservation Corps which put 250,000 unemployed to work. FDR also signed into law new regulatory powers to the Federal Trade Commission and created the Security and Exchange Commission to regulate Wall Street. .3 billion dollars was appropriated to the Public Works Administration to stimulate the economy and create the largest government-owned industrial enterprise in American history — the Tennessee Valley Authority which built dams and power stations, controlled floods, and modernized agriculture and home conditions in the poverty-stricken Tennessee Valley. FDR promised to repeal prohibition in his campaign for Pres, and he did, generating new tax revenue to help pay for increase in gov spending. In June 1933 Roosevelt restored million in pension payments, and Congress added another million more. After the 1934 Congressional elections, which gave Roosevelt large majorities in both houses, there was a fresh surge of New Deal legislation. These measures included the Works Progress Administration which set up a national relief agency that employed 2 million people. FDR signed the National Labor Relations Act which established for the first time in American history the rights of workers to organize unions and participate in strikes. At the height of WPA employment in 1938, unemployment was down from 20.6% in 1933 to only 12.5%. Total employment during Roosevelt’s term expanded by an astonishing 18.31 million jobs! By 1944, FDR and the American people were so confident in his policies, he had the audacity to propose a Second Bill of Rights in his State Of The Union Address.
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Jennifer Lawrence is making the big bucks. The actress topped Forbes magazine’s list of the world’s highest-paid actress for the second straight year, banking million, thanks to the final “hunger Games” installment.
Lawrence out-earned Melissa McCarthy, who came in second with million and Scarlett Johansson at number 3 with million.
The world’s 10 highest-paid actresses earned a combined total 5 million between June 1, 2015, and June 1, 2016, before fees and taxes.
While acting is lucrative , singing might be better. Earlier this summer, Forbes released its annual list of the 100 highest-paid celebrities and Taylor Swift was number 1 with 0 million and One Direction was at number 2 with 0 million.
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How to Buy Bank Owned Real Estate

How to Buy Bank Owned Real Estate – http://realestatecoachingandmentoring.com/real-estate-investing-coaching-tips-bank-reo

As a word of caution, I do not necessarily believe that bank owned real estate, or REOs, are the best way to buy properties.

After all, REOs are listed on the MLS, which means that they are being sold at retail prices and there is a great deal of competition, which drives up the price.

Again, if you want to make money as an investor, you BUY at wholesale prices and SELL at retail. So searching the MLS for REOs doesn’t fit this strategy.

That being said, you may still find a few good deals, but you need to look for ugly houses that require repair.

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Buying foreclosures | Making an offer on a bank owned property

Edina Realty office managers give their insights on the process of working with a bank on a purchase agreement for a foreclosed property.
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