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Franks says the current situation --a choice between assuming a large debt for college costs or limiting future earning potential because of a lack of a degree--harms the economy.
Less than 10% of the poorest high school students will obtain a bachelor's degree and the majority will apply and attend nonselective colleges that limit their future earning potential.
I step into the role of national executive director of APA with a sense of urgency that we must provide members with knowledge and tools needed to succeed, while providing actionable guidelines to protect ones rights and future earning potential.
But only 10% of adults share their children's optimistic views about their future earning potential.
In some instances, a net-income-makeup charitable remainder unitrust funded by a deferred variable annuity may be the most tax-favored option for providing an income stream to the donor and beneficiaries, via the trust, while also preserving the future earning potential of the annuity, according to Leib.
To ensure that the building rehabilitation is financially viable, the building owner must ascertain several important factors: the cost to complete the project, the financial incentives available, the payback period and an analysis of the future earning potential of the property.
A study by the union organisation found that half of a child's future earning potential in the UK was determined at birth, compared with 20 per cent in other countries including Canada, Australia, Denmark, Norway and Finland.
Questions about health care reform cast doubt about the future earning potential of those core programs.