Excerpts from Mitchell D. Weiss's book, Practical Finance: A Straightforward Guide to Personal and Entrepreneurial Finance, with insights about how to think about your employees.
Excerpts from Mitchell D. Weiss's book, Practical Finance: A Straightforward Guide to Personal and Entrepreneurial Finance, about optics, proprietary interest, and rapid growth.
Workplace sexual harassment is finally attracting the attention that it deserves, thanks to the women and men who at long last sharing their stories .
Address the debt ceiling crisis by divesting the Federal Direct student loan portfolio, which can yield a trillion-dollar reduction in federal debt.
The student loans financial freight train is headed downhill and is picking up speed.
To judge the American Health Care Act we need to first look at what the ACA changed about healthcare in the United States.
As Navient lawsuits wind their way through the courts, an obvious question lingers: Why would any financial services company run this kind of risk?
Ever hear of the term risk-based pricing?
According to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, “lenders offer different consumers different interest rates or other loan terms, based on the estimated risk that the consumers will fail to pay back their loans.”
Said differently, the higher the risk, the higher the rate.
Lenders are perfectly justified in pricing their products […]
If reports are true, Trump's student loan plan may not be as bleak as it sounds... so long as the administration adds some key caveats.
Here's how the Trump administration could help stop (or exacerbate) the student loan debt problem.