ATLANTA, Georgia - If gas prices are going down, something has to go up. It's not just physics or economics: it's pure Murphy's law.
Call it inflation or just because, but at least ten products and services will probably cost more in 2015.
Here's the list:
- Red meat
- Data plans
- Health care
- Cable and satellite television
- Sports Utility Vehichles
According to CNN Money, there's an explanation for everything. From droughts affecting corn and coffee to lack of pipelines; new legislation protecting hens in California; digital congestion; rising insurance premiums, deductibles and co-pays; TV networks demanding more money; an increasing appetite for large vehicles and new homes… and since almost every teenage-girl likes Taylor Swift and she's not willing to give away her songs for free, well, do the math.
It looks like 2015 comes with a price tag, folks. What can we say? Take it or leave it.