Hidden Cost Of Hotels – Japan vs US Savings Rates – How To Deal With Car Salesmen – Money Minute Video

Avoiding Hidden Costs with Hotel Rooms: There are a lot of hidden costs when you check into a hotel room. By far my biggest pet peeve is when they charge for computer wifi connection – mainly because it’s the “nicer” hotels that charge this fee whereas the average hotels usually include it for free.

Japan’s 2006 Household Savings Rate: Up, for the First Time in Eight Years: That headline makes is sound like there is a problem with Japan’s saving rates, but after eight years of savings declines, the Japanese were still socking away over 1/4 (25.3%) of their income, and with the latest increase, are now up to 27.5%. Compare that to the US savings rate which l

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One Response to Hidden Cost Of Hotels – Japan vs US Savings Rates – How To Deal With Car Salesmen – Money Minute Video

  1. Ken says:

    Those household savings rates for Japan are for households with a salaried worker as head of household, which accounts for about 60% of households.The true overall savings rate is lower than that.

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