It seems that even in a bearish economy, there is still more money chasing innovation driven by limited, bright minds. Perhaps that might not come as a surprise. There are hundreds of different parts of aging that need to be better understood, and every few weeks, a discovery revolutionizes various fields of research and methodologies.
Despite the political backlash and uncertainty for the macroeconomy brought upon by their plan, the Biden Administration remains steadfast in its argument that it is a vital step for Americans in the ultimate goal of solving the student debt crisis. Moreover, they believe it to be an efficient and sustainable solution — they maintain that because of the high default rates for student loans, the actual cost of the debt forgiveness plan will be lower than the theoretical expectation; however, the specifics of that value have proven to be difficult to calculate.
The cost of education has increased by over 100% in the last 20 years—a much higher rate compared to most other industries. This increase in the cost of education is paralleled by the increasingly widespread mentality that you need a college education in order to earn a good living. While this may generally be true across many industries, a college education does not reap the same value for every individual.
The NIL (name, image, and likeness) rules of 2021 now offer college athletes a way to support themselves by getting paid for the use of their name, image, and likeness while staying in school and not choosing the route of professional sports. The NIL has transformed and will continue to transform how fringe NBA draft prospects view the draft and make decisions about their future. There will be ramifications for athletes, college sports programs, the NBA draft, and wealthy individuals who choose to fund NIL deals to support their favorite college team.
Savings accounts are supposed to improve your financial situation, right? Learn about how health savings accounts may actually be doing the opposite.
Coachella is one of the world’s largest music concerts. After seeing cancellations in 2019 and 2020, the festival will finally be seeing a return in 2022. Check out this article to learn more about the financial and environmental impact Coachella has on the local community.