Here’s a Leader on Wall Street Giving Grants to Spark Growth and Jobs on Main Street  – Workforce | Labor | Grants – Inside Philanthropy

JP Morgan Chase may have done its part to blow up the U.S. economy a few years back, thanks to irresponsible lending practices, but lately the company and its foundation has been giving big to foster economic growth and improve jobs skills.

via Here’s a Leader on Wall Street Giving Grants to Spark Growth and Jobs on Main Street  – Workforce | Labor | Grants – Inside Philanthropy.

A mortgage is a terrible investment – The Week

Herding the incomes of the young into deteriorating assets like housing is a dangerous misallocation of capital and investment. Investing heavily in housing means those incomes are not being invested in productive opportunities in other sectors of the economy, whether that is investment in the stocks of other companies, or individuals starting their own businesses.

via A mortgage is a terrible investment – The Week.

Despite expanded coverage, hospitals may see more bad debt – Nashville Business Journal

I definitely don’t want to harsh on anyone’s mellow about Obamacare, but this is the part that worries me:  the bad debt that hospitals are going to take on.  This issue is going to have to be reconciled somehow.

Despite expanded coverage, hospitals may see more bad debt – Nashville Business Journal.

The Perils of Out-of-Pocket Health Costs – WSJ.com

The good news:  once Obamacare kicks in, out of pocket health costs will be capped at about 6 K for individuals and 12 K for families.  The bad news:  you could still end up in bankrupcty if you don’t have that kind of money.  But I believe most hospitals and health care providers can put you on an extended payment plan.

The Perils of Out-of-Pocket Health Costs – WSJ.com.