With the start of classes quickly approaching, many college students are struggling to find their footing in a school year that’s still being shaped by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many universities like Harvard and George Washington University have announced fully remote learning for the fall semesters, while others are planning a remote and limited-contact hybrid format.
In human healthcare, telemedicine is booming. Telemedicine stocks like Teladoc and One Medical have doubled this year, and 90% of healthcare executives say their organizations are developing or already have a telehealth application. Connecting virtually for human healthcare has become the new normal. It should come as no surprise, then, that veterinary telemedicine is surging
After losing your job, you’re probably thinking about how to start earning money again. You might apply for unemployment benefits, pick up a side gig, or search for a position you could fill from home, at least until the coronavirus pandemic subsides. But what do you do with the money you already have? Now that
The Federal Reserve cut interest rates to near-zero in March, making it less expensive for consumers to borrow money as a way to limit the coronavirus impact on the economy. That means you’ll likely see your credit card APR get cheaper, and so will interest rates on mortgages, auto loans and student loans. If you’re
I will never forget the second week of March 2020 for as long as I live. It’s the week that the city of Denver and the state of Colorado shut down everything because of COVID-19. The ski resorts, casinos, and small businesses were shut down, and we were all sent home, reeling in shock. This
A number of people are still reluctant when it comes to life insurance, mainly because they don’t know too much about it. Life insurance doesn’t directly benefit oneself. However, it is one of the most important things you need to set up for your household, especially if you’re the breadwinner. To arm yourself with more