The federal budget deficit is projected to reach a new high in 2011, exceeding even the record deficits of recent years. The high deficit may portend ominous consequences for the economy and the government’s ability to continue to function in its present state. But it also provides opportunities for investors. This white paper describes the extent to which Washington is likely to address the federal budget deficit and how investors can profit from -- or at least blunt the negative effects of -- the current fiscal situation . . .
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Good reads on tax reform status, strategies and challenges.
About 2 days ago from TheWashingtonUpdate's Twitter via Hootsuite
Andy shares stage w/ Raymond James CEO Paul Reilly. Discussion included tax reform, DOL and potential govt shutdown. ow.ly/UOXF30bgsNU
GOP status re "Obamacare" repeal and replace efforts: Freedom Caucus signing on, but will moderates sign off? ow.ly/y84730be35C
About 3 days ago from TheWashingtonUpdate's Twitter via Hootsuite
Infrastructure deal impact ow.ly/zeNe30be2th
Biz winners/losers ow.ly/3bix30be2Do
CBO finds Fed Ees are more richly compensated, ON AVG, compared to pvt sector employees. Education biggest variable. ow.ly/mt7P30bbRBq
About 4 days ago from TheWashingtonUpdate's Twitter via Hootsuite