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Protect Aging Loved Ones at Home – Daniel Rosner

In 2013, there were 44.7 million Americans age 65 and older. As the baby boomer generation ages, that number will spike upwards to 56.4 million in 2020, 82.3 million in 2040 and 98.2 million in 2060. Most baby boomers will live longer on average than previous generations, remain independent and age gracefully, which makes “aging …

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NJ Enacts Tough Car Seat Requirements

New Jersey implements tough new law regarding car seats, effective September 1, 2015. This new significantly changes the requirements for children in cars. Previously, New Jersey required only that children under 8 needed to be in a car seat and left it to parents to determine what type of car seat was appropriate. Now, there …

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Your Rights and How To Avoid A Lemon

A lemon most commonly refers to new cars with a substantial defect that is not fixable even after a reasonable number of repair attempts. Every state in the country has its own lemon laws that protect consumers from lemons. Federal law also provides additional protection by detailing guidelines for coverage by the manufacturer’s warranty. The …

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How to Avoid a Sour Car-Buying Experience

a women sitting on the front of her car with the hood open behind her

Caveat emptor – let the buyer beware – is really your best defense in avoiding the dreaded lemon. In other words, do your homework before buying a car: Several organizations rate cars on reliability, including Consumer Reports, J.D. Power,Edmunds, The Center for Auto Safety and theCar Complaint Index as published in the The Car Book, …

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