If you haven’t been living under a rock for the past half year or so, you likely saw some variation of this headline on the news: “Trade war heating up with China and/or the EU […]
Tipping was never originally intended to replace a fair wage. So why does it now? And what happens when service employees are paid the same, or more, than everyone else?
The week of March 20 – 24 2018 was the worst week for the American stock market in over two years. Both the Dow and the S&P declined over 5% in a week, entering correction […]
Guns in America are a uniquely polarizing issue. Some people are repulsed at the very sight of a gun, while others are in love with them and the culture they represent. Surely they have important […]
I was getting bored in class the other day, so I did what I usually do when I start to research a stock; I went to the SEC company database and looked up their financial […]
For the first post of 2018, I thought we could switch things up a bit. Chances are, if you read this blog on a regular basis, you are already financially oriented and likely have a […]
Welcome to Part Two of my analysis of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. The first post on this new tax law focused on individual changes, and this post will focus of business-side […]