On the heels of Pacioli!

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Jacob Fugger was a Renaissance-era banker and industrialist from the German city of Augsburg. At the time of his death in 1525, his fortune equaled nearly 2 percent of Europe’s total economy. Questions: 1. According to the article, there is much to learn about how Fugger built his riches. Why? 2. What were some of… Read more »

Slowing Wealth – New Study Reports

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According to a new study by the Urban Institute, the American dream of working hard, saving more and becoming wealthier than one’s parents holds true for many, unless you’re under 40. Questions: 1. What are some of the factors that have negatively affected the wealth of younger Americans? 2. According to the article, if a… Read more »