Tuition Aid Company Draws Mixed Reviews The company "My Rich Uncle" is designed to help students pay for college in exchange for a share of their future income. A college degree generally doubles a person's lifetime earning potential. Advocates say it's an investment in human capital, but critics compare it to sharecropping. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.
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Tuition Aid Company Draws Mixed Reviews

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Tuition Aid Company Draws Mixed Reviews

Tuition Aid Company Draws Mixed Reviews

Tuition Aid Company Draws Mixed Reviews

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The company "My Rich Uncle" is designed to help students pay for college in exchange for a share of their future income. A college degree generally doubles a person's lifetime earning potential. Advocates say it's an investment in human capital, but critics compare it to sharecropping. NPR's Scott Horsley reports.