In response to a student query, how to go about requesting payment deferrals and interest rate accommodations during this unsettled period.
The recently enacted Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act does not alleviate the severity of the student loan crisis.
For instructors today, distance learning is more than just assigning lessons and grading papers that are uploaded to Canvas or Blackboard. It’s interacting with a generation of students who are trying to comprehend all that’s happening.
Mitchell D. Weiss shares a window into what he, and so many of us are doing during the COVID-19 pandemic to prepare for that "just in case" situation.
Mitchell D. Weiss shares a few suggestions for those who are approaching online and on-call education for the first time.
Financial planning—which can take the form of the annual operating plan and budget described earlier, or a rolling forecast of longer-term projections—is an essential part of managing any business.
Entrepreneurs: Have You Thought About How to Grant Ownership Interests and Incentives in Your New Venture?
No matter your area of commercial interest, sharing ownership with those who help you realize your goals is not only the right thing to do, it also makes good strategic sense.
Are business plans obsolete? Do prospective investors actually read these things, or are they more interested in your elevator pitch—you know, that idea-in-a-nutshell presentation that everyone says you have to have in order to attract the attention and investment capital you need?
U.S. student loan borrowers have been relegated to second-class citizenry. Two years later, their plight appears poised to worsen.
Risks are intertwined with responsibilities. As you go through the process of identifying and guarding against all the things that could possibly go wrong, you can’t help but realize the weight of the responsibility you’ve undertaken.