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The educational textbook contains facts and information, as well as interactive activities and questions for students to apply their knowledge. The chapters are as follows:

They are based on the original English Your Money Matters textbook, which Martin funded solely with a donation of £325,000 to Young Money. English secondary schools received 340,000 copies in 2018, while 15,450 copies have been delivered to schools in Northern Ireland to date (again, the Northern Irish version was jointly funded by Martin and MAPS). Digital copies can also be downloaded for free (see the links above).

Included in the bill are stipulations that athletes be paid “fair-market value” for their services and use of their name, image and likeness. Athletes would be able to be paid for everything from promotional appearances to product endorsements to autograph sessions and training sessions. This does not mean a student athlete can endorse anything they want.
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But a question remained: What would count as income and what wouldn’t? In 1916, a woman named Myrtle Macomber received a dividend for her Standard Oil of California shares. She owed taxes, thanks to the new law. The dividend had not come in cash, however. It came in the form of an additional share for every two shares she already held. She paid the taxes and then brought a court challenge: Yes, she’d gotten a bit richer, but she hadn’t received any money. Therefore, she argued, she’d received no “income.”