September 2007
Journal of Financial Planning;Sep2007, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p14
Academic Journal
This article presents statistical information on aspects of finances. The United States is rated #1 in the world for philanthropic giving as a percentage of gross domestic product. 56% of MBA students cheat, as opposed to only 47% of graduate students. The average age at which people move into an assisted living home is 83 years old, and they stay an average of 27 months. Insurance pays for 3.4% of total assisted living bills. 95% of people have lent money to a friend or relative. 50% of people who think that one should not lend money to a relative.


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