College students’ financial aid could see 8.2% reduction (as reported by AnnaMaria Andriotis via marketwatch.com)

College-bound students are looking anxiously towards forthcoming letters from universities for the Fall 2013 class. While cost is always a factor in a student’s decision, the question may have recently been complicated by the Federal government’s ongoing budget debate. The automatic spending cuts that were scheduled to enter into effect on January 1, 2013 contained… Read More

Is outsourcing losing its appeal? (as reported via cnnmoney.com)

Journalists are beginning to chronicle the return of a number of manufacturing and service jobs to the U.S. from abroad. Companies claim that a number of factors are making it cheaper to do more work locally, as opposed to sending it abroad where advantages in wages may be overcome by other costs. One take on… Read More