Un-Repealing Obamacare: The Un-Romantic Side Of Politics

April 3, 2017 Editor 0

by Kevin D. Gomez Negotiation is at the heart of practically everything that goes down in Congress. That said, negotiation is a messy task, in general, and explains why there are a bunch of failed attempts

Cars, Skills, Couches: Your Sharing Economy Side Hustle

March 30, 2017 Editor 0

by Desirae Odjick Say what you will about the sharing economy — from their questionable ethics to the hassle of living one floor below a rotating cast of annoying AirBNB guests — it can be a

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

The Burden of Student Debt

March 27, 2017 Editor 0

by Jamie Walsh In the spare time between weekend parties and late-night library sessions, many college students are consumed by the same singular thought: their crippling amount of debt. The average 2016 college graduate entered the

Financing Your Student Loans: An Interview with UF’s Richard Wilder

March 23, 2017 Editor 0

by Alex Beyrent Tuition prices at US colleges and universities have risen exponentially over the past few decades, causing student debt totals to skyrocket. The high costs of higher education, in turn, dissuade some students from pursuing a college

Working Through College: Tips To Help Guide The Way

March 2, 2017 Editor 0

by Alanna Palomino, GenFKD Working through college can be a daunting lifestyle. When most people begin their first semester of college, they are nervous about the workload. Regardless of whether it is a full-time or part-time

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

Diminishing Consumer Power and the Future of Small Business

February 20, 2017 Editor 0

by Eric Goldschein Consumers vote with their dollar. When they go out and spend money at one store over another, they are wielding immense power, helping to decide the fate of small business and big business,

Student Debt Through the Ages

February 20, 2017 Editor 0

by Maddie Matarazzo Student debt was, and in some places still is, thought of as an individual issue. Quickly though we are finding out that student debt is no longer so much an individual problem as

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