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OPINION: What’s up with Andrew Yang’s Freedom Dividend?

With the next Presidential election quickly approaching, the Democratic stage is heating up. In fact, as I write this, over twenty candidates are still contenders in the race. With so much competition, it can be hard for candidates to distinguish themselves. However, one candidate has had no trouble sticking out for his differences: he didn’t […]

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Lessons on Financial Wellness and Entrepreneurship from Honeydue Founder Eugene Park

Money is often cited as one of the biggest sources of stress for Americans. One of the rising solutions to help fight the stresses of managing finances is with the help of mobile apps. From budgeting to debt payoff, there are all sorts of personal finance apps to help you stay on top of things. […]

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Seven Things Students Can Do to Guarantee Future Financial Success

Seven Things Students Can Do to Guarantee Future Financial Success For many students finishing up high school and heading to college, the prospect of planning for your financial future might seem intimidating. Between taking steps towards financial independence and learning how to rely on yourself as a primary income source, trying to navigate the world […]

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What’s a College Degree Really Worth?

With admissions rates dropping and college tuitions rising, making decisions about which college to attend or what to study can present students with a difficult set of challenges. Often, labels of prestige and other societal preconceptions can overwhelm the decision making process. Fortunately, there are a number of tools that students can employ to help […]

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What is Supply?

In an earlier lesson, we introduced one of the most fundamental relationships in economics: supply and demand. In order to best make sense of the relationship between supply and demand, it is important to understand each element individually. Previously, we covered demand, which is defined as the level of desire for a good or service […]

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What is Demand?

Have you ever noticed that swimsuits are cheaper in the winter than in the summer? Or that it will cost you less to go to the movies on a Tuesday morning than it will on a Saturday evening? These everyday observations can be explained by one of the most fundamental concepts in economics: supply and […]