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Politics

The Art of the Deal Regarding Steel

As many of you know, in early March, 2018, President Trump ordered tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from every country excluding our neighbors to the north and south, Canada and Mexico. Many republicans quickly expressed their concerns stating a more targeted approach would be best and exemptions should be expanded among American allies.

The Lastest Updates to Trump's Tax Reform

It’s that time again. Trump Tax Talk!

This past week, we received a little bit deeper proposal for, what the White House has labeled the “Unified Framework for Fixing Our Broken Tax Code.” The full transcript for the proposed framework can be found HERE.

Trump Tax Proposal (Fasten your seat belts!)

Picture yourself in the movie theater. You are just about to start a widely anticipated movie. You’ve seen all the trailers (multiple times), read all the pre-reviews, spoken with your friends about your expectations, and maybe even planned your expectations on how this movie will affect your thinking on life (okay, maybe the last one went too far…).

Trump Tax Proposal (Fasten your seat belts!)

Picture yourself in the movie theater. You are just about to start a widely anticipated movie. You’ve seen all the trailers (multiple times), read all the pre-reviews, spoken with your friends about your expectations, and maybe even planned your expectations on how this movie will affect your thinking on life (okay, maybe the last one went too far…).

Trump's Potential Tax Law Changes

With the beginning of a new presidency, there has been much talk about potential regulation and/or tax law changes. While nothing official has been released, we feel it important to keep our clients informed on potential tax law changes.

Market Reactions to President Trump

As most of you are aware, markets have responded sharply to the election of Donald Trump. Some markets have responded favorably; others unfavorably. See below as we break down the top- and bottom-performing sectors of the market since November 8, 2016.

Finishing Up the Political Season

What a ride!

The political season is (finally) over.

Many of us have been glued to the newsroom commentary on the results and impact this Presidential race, as well as the results to campaigns in the House of Representatives and the US Senate. As reported, the Republican Party will control all three starting early next year.

Money & Politics: How Big is the U.S. Government?

The size of the US government seems ever-expanding. We spend hundreds of billions of dollars each year on huge programs like social security, healthcare, and defense.  But exactly how big is the US government? In this week's version of Political Talk, we show you the data.

Money & Politics: Following through with Campaign Promises

Money and Politics: Two things that we are told to not bring up at the dinner table. We are breaking the political correctness and discussing both over the next couple of weeks.

Brexit: The Implications Moving Forward

The United Kingdom (UK) voted yesterday 51.9% to 48.1% in favor of leaving the European Union (EU). We wanted to provide some clarity on what this move entails and some of the potential implications.

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