Money & Finance

Money Finance Economy

The key to maintaining financial health is not only in the planning and managing of one’s personal assets but in understanding the basics and evolution of the economy. The economy affects every part of our lives, yet many school districts do not offer economics and graduating without it is possible. In our households, money is rarely discussed, except for the idea of running out of it. Let’s all start taking a proactive approach to becoming well-rounded in economics and finance, in order to make better everyday decisions for ourselves, and generations to come.

Contents

  1. The Median Debt of Americans by Age, Education, and Other Demographics
  2. The Wealthiest and Poorest Counties in Every U.S. State
  3. Banknote Security Around the World
  4. The Affordability of Water Around the World
  5. Companies That Could Eliminate Poverty
  6. Companies That Hired the Most in 2017
  7. Where Real Estate Prices Are Rising Fastest
  8. Household Income in America
  9. A Map of Disney's Worldwide Assets
  10. How Much $100 of Goods and Rent Really Costs in Each State
  11. Childhood Food Insecurity in the US
  12. The Poorest ZIP Codes in America
  13. Royal Titles Around The World
  14. The Wealthiest Historical Figures and How Much They Would be Worth in Today's Dollars
  15. ZIP Codes Highest Percent Unemployment
  16. Top 25 Countries With The Most Billionaires
  17. Most Shipped Items to and From the U.S.
  18. The Richest Person by State
  19. Profits of 50 Films From the Past Decade
  20. Debts Owed by the US and Owed to the US
  21. How Many Dollar Bills Are in Circulation?
  22. What the Most Profitable Companies Make Per Second
  23. Average Commute to Work by State and City
  24. Winter Holiday Spending Per Capita
  25. Ancient Currency: Coin Standards