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Deep-dive: A (better) way to size a market

Prior to the Entrepreneurship class with Professor Newman, I found myself guilty (among with many others I’ve met) of taking shortcuts when it comes to Market Sizing. 778 more words


Stats in Auditing: Retirement, income replacement rates, and non-linear relationships

Are you saving enough for retirement? Maybe you have given this question some serious thought. Then again, maybe not… According to research cited in a recent… 1,089 more words


Bean counting

(In 2014, my husband and I decided to make a significant change to our way of life: we dropped from a double-income household to a single income. 978 more words

Living Simply

House poor: Canadians who earn the least pay the most for a home

April 18, 2016 – Anna Mehler Paperny, Global News

Jaimi Zammit left North Vancouver to escape unreachable rents but they followed her — north along the Sea-to-Sky highway to Squamish, where she and her family found themselves renting a $2,000-a-month house on an income of $2,000 a month. 1,538 more words


One-Third Of All Americans Don’t Make Enough Money To Even Cover The Basic Necessities

By Michael Snyder – End Of The American Dream

Do you remember the days when it seemed like almost everyone in America was middle class?  Unfortunately, those days are long gone and the grinding down of the middle class in the United States appears to be accelerating.  516 more words

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