The three professions that are the basic foundations of the country--education, health care and law--have become market driven and bloated with excessive spending. Tens of billions of dollars could be saved annually and applied to other important government programs if education, health care and law were restructured to meet society's needs in the 21st century rather than the needs of profiteers.

Higher education is the next housing crisis. Tens of thousands of students are unnecessarily borrowing money to attend on campus classes that will place them in lifelong debt. A world class education in fact can be had on the cheap.

In the old days many people lived long lives, often 80 plus years, under the most primitive and unhealthy conditions. We should be able to do the same thing today an thus reduce the cost of health care that amounts to $2.7 trillion a year business.

Very few people can afford an attorney. The chapter "A Rule That Is Ruining the Legal Profession" discusses how the unnecessary high cost of legal education is denying millions of Americans the justice they deserve.

  • ISBN13: 9781440152894
  • Publisher: iUniverse
  • Pubilcation Year: 2009
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 00088
Publication DateJune 25, 2009
Primary CategoryBusiness & Economics/Education

Invisible Money: And How It Affects You

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