Expect prices to rise on a handful of key items, including chocolate, satellite TV and cars.
Prices will rise in 2014. They always do.
But prices shouldn’t climb too much overall, barring any surprising developments that put the U.S. economy into shock. Inflation is low, at 1.2 percent, according to the most recent calculations from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Still, if all goes as expected, some things will cost more than others in 2014.
So which items might give you sticker shock? To prepare your budget, here’s a rundown of things that will likely be more costly in 2014 than they were in 2013.
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