Half of American Colleges Will Be Bankrupt Within A Decade

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 →

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Do Indiana Public Schools Need Private Accounting Firms Monitoring Them?

The State of Indiana legislators need to break outside the norm and implement strict accounting methods in how public schools spend their money. Continue reading →

Deadbeats: State of Illinois Has Almost $1 Billion In Late Fees From Unpaid Bills

The State of Illinois just recently borrowed $6 Billion to pay past due bills of its $17 Billion backlog. Continue reading →

State of Illinois Losing College Students

As the state of Illinois deteriorates politically, more shock waves of its society continues to shake out. Continue reading →

State of Indiana Medicaid Spending Has Increased 114% In The Last Decade

I took a glance at the State of Indiana government budget numbers on Medicaid. The spending for medicaid is not pretty Continue reading →

Debt Bomb: Minnesota’s Pension Debt Explodes Using Real Accounting

The Governmental Accounting Standards Board forces the state of Minnesota to use real accounting standards for its pension calculations and it’s not pretty. Continue reading →