Senior News: If You’re Going to Die, It Pays to Do So in 2010

Due to an odd loophole in the so-called death tax, the highest tax rate assessed to a deceased person’s estate goes from 45% this year to 0% next year, then up to 55% in 2011. The takeaway is: If you’re super rich and want to pass along that wealth to your kids and not the government, do your best to kick the bucket in 2010.

Can’t Somebody Save Saturn?

I have a soft spot in my heart for Saturn. The first new car I could truly call my own was a bare bones Saturn SL. The sticker price was around $11,000, and with Saturn’s original no-hassle-no-haggling policy, I happily paid the sticker price. I delivered pizzas and drove cross-country in that super reliable, unsexy, no-A/C vehicle, and …

It’s a Deal: £1 Hotel Rooms in London

The Hoxton Hotel in London periodically offers rooms for just £1, and the next sale starts tomorrow, October 1, at 12 p.m. London time (7 a.m. EST). At that time, 500 rooms will be offered for £1 per night for reservations between November 1 and January 31, 2010, and another 500 rooms will be offered for £29 (about $47). More details here.

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