Amazon has narrowed their list of finalists for their new headquarters down to 20 cities and Indianapolis is one of them. Continue reading →
Unfortunately, residents of Chicago will not do anything about it.
For many decades, NFL owners have set up sweet financial deals for themselves with local governments at the expense of the taxpayer. There are now some signs this could be ending. Continue reading →
Several accounting changes have taken place in the last few years for states to show more transparency in how they report their pension debt. Continue reading →
As Medicaid expansion costs from Obamacare starts weighing down state budgets, California is identified as the biggest offender. Continue reading →
There is now an online calculator so people can see what their taxes will be under the new GOP tax plan. Continue reading →
This blog has written several pieces about college debt and the financial wreck of American colleges and universities. Now another financial analyst has come out with worse news. Continue reading →