April is Economic Literacy Month. You might suspect there is a difficulty with economic literacy in America, if an complete month is committed to it! And you would be correct.
There are a lot of things I do not know, and that I’ve wondered about. I think that’s true in every single culture, but we just take it for granted. There are all these rituals and traditions but we don’t know the genuine origins of them. Like why do we go on an Easter egg hunt? I’m positive there is some religious purpose for it, but I do not know what it is.
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Return on Net Assets – Ratio measures total economic return and indicates whether or not the institution is financially greater off than in previous years. A decline may be acceptable if it represents an institutional strategy to fulfill its mission. An improving trend indicates rising net assets and further reserves which supplies economic flexibility.