The Pros and Cons of Financing Options
A 2015 survey found that nearly half of small employers (with fewer than 500 employees) applied for credit in the previous 12 months. Even though the credit market has become friendlier overall, small companies still have a more difficult time
Student Loans Meet Retirement
by Bondar&Associates The burden of student loans is typically associated with recent college graduates or young professionals, but the number of consumers age 60 and older with student loan debt quadrupled from 2005 to 2015 (see chart). During this period,
Hot Topic: Full Employment: What Happens Now?
by Bondar&Associates In April 2017, the nation’s unemployment rate dropped to 4.4%, matching a 10-year low last seen in May 2007. To put this in perspective, the last time the unemployment rate fell below 4.4% was in May 2001, the
Uber CEO takes leave of absence amid crises
by Seth Fiegerman and Sara Ashley O’Brien @CNNMoney Uber’s CEO is stepping aside indefinitely. Travis Kalanick, the CEO and cofounder of Uber, told staff Tuesday he will take time off in order to grieve for his mother, who