The term “inflation” has been circulating in the headlines and on the news for some time now and, unfortunately, doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon. Put simply, inflation is described as an increase in prices coupled with a decrease in the purchasing power of money.
When you think of college, the expense of pursuing higher education and student loans might be two things that come to mind. Here are a few ways you can fund a college education without completely relying on student loans.
College education is expensive and will likely get more so as time goes on. The average tuition for the 2019-2020 school year ranged from $40,000 (for private colleges) to $11,000 (for state colleges), and has only gone up since then.
Our guest speaker John Hull, Managing Director of The Fortune Group and guest speaker, discussed financial and non-financial factors to consider in an acquisition, such as deal structure aspects, ideal timing of an acquisition, and if your business is poised to be a buyer or seller.
If your income hits a certain level, you may face an additional wrinkle in calculating your taxes: the net investment income tax (also referred to as the unearned income Medicare contribution tax).
Every year, the College Board releases updated college cost data and trends in its annual report.
U.S. consumer spending accounts for about two-thirds of all economic activity, so it's good news that many businesses and consumers have adapted quickly to the new normal created by the pandemic.