Grasso: The Car Lease Bubble: A Huge Problem For Auto Manufacturers

March 28, 2017 Editor 0

by David Grasso Leasing has become all the rage, and it’s quickly creating a car-lease bubble that’s quickly becoming a huge problem in auto finance. In recent years, leasing has helped drive auto sales to

Student Debt Growing At Alarming Rates

February 25, 2017 Editor 0

by David Grasso Even as college tuition increases slow down, we still see student debt growing, reaching new highs consistently every year. As we cross the $1.4 trillion mark, we stop to ponder how long this

Trump Net Neutrality Plan: “Fire Up the Weed Whacker”

January 26, 2017 Editor 0

by David Grasso, GenFKD The new chief telecommunications regular appointed by the new administration, Ajit Pai, is rolling out the Trump net neutrality Plan. The new head of the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) has made it

Political Hot Potato: Medicaid Reform Divides GOP

January 24, 2017 Editor 0

by David Grasso, GenFKD One of the biggest budget line items at every level of government is healthcare, and that’s why significant Medicaid reform is at the top of the GOP’s agenda right now. In Washington D.C.,

Student Loan Repayment Much Worse Than We Thought

January 22, 2017 Editor 0

by David Grasso GenFKD A short article in the Wall Street Journal today confirmed our worst fears: Student loan repayment simply isn’t happening for millions of borrowers. We knew it was bad, but it’s much worse than

University Administrative Bloat: Tracking Your Dollars

January 5, 2017 Editor 0

by David Grasso, GenFKD Higher education has been changing in recent years, and not for the better: More and more our your student dollars are not going toward your education, but to feeding a bureaucracy that

What You Need to Know About the Economics of Gym Memberships

January 5, 2017 Editor 0

by David Grasso, GenFKD Gym memberships are notoriously expensive and difficult to cancel, so before you sign up, here’s what you should consider. People tend to be overly exuberant about exercising right after the New Year.

Is Buying Organic Worth the Cost?

January 3, 2017 Editor 0

byDavid Grasso, GenFKD Given the widely accepted adage “We are what we eat,” you would likely assume that buying organic is worth the cost. In reality, the costs and benefits of organic food is somewhat

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