Daily Clips: March 29, 2017

Seattle remains nation’s hottest home market, with biggest price growth in 3 years: Good and bad news, I suppose.

Trump administration rolls back protections for people in default on student loans: I found this article on r/economics and here is the *brilliant* top comment from u/matty_a.

Just remember kids, if you’ve gone to college to try and better yourself and things go south, you’re not entitled to the protections of bankruptcy.

If you take on a high-risk real estate deal in a floundering American city, don’t pay your subcontractors, and lose everything then you’re not only entitled to bankruptcy protections and allowed to keep the rest of the millions you inherited/earned, but you can also not pay income taxes for the decades that follow.

Wells Fargo reaches $110 million settlement on fake accounts: That’ll teach ‘em.

Here are the 10 states with the highest minimum wages

Tweet of the day: Tommy Friedman spitting fire.


Nick Cassella

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