In the tumultuous time following World War II, the U.S. and 44 other Allied countries met in New Hampshire for the Bretton Woods Conference to reconstruct the economic makeup of the global economy. It was here that Gross Domestic Product was set as a standard for countries to follow. TheContinue Reading

When was the last time you were stressed about money? I’m going to guess it was within the past week — maybe even the past 24 hours. According to the “International Business Times,” 60 percent of students are stressed about not having enough money for school and 30 percent areContinue Reading

For many high school students thinking about college, the sticker price of higher education is a daunting number. College tuition may become even more alarming to some students due to the discontinuation of the Federal Perkins Loan, which became effective Sept. 30, 2015. The Perkins Loan was a federal financialContinue Reading