Jeff Bush collaborates with Andy Friedman to develop content for The Washington Update and delivers that content in insightful and lively presentations around the country and abroad. A dynamic and insightful speaker and author, Jeff is known for his unique ability to translate difficult and confusing information coming out of Washington D.C. into winning growth strategies for financial advisors, business owners, executives and high net worth investors.
Jeff presents more than 200 times yearly in the US and abroad to a who’s who list of fortune 500 firms and their clients from Wall Street to Main Street and everywhere in between.
Jeff frequently appears on CNBC’s Nightly Business Report and POTUS Sirius/XM Radio. He is featured often in industry publications such as Investment News.
Jeff has shared the stage with many notables, including Vice Chairman of the Federal Reserve Stanley Fischer; former Senior CNBC Analyst Ron Insana; Wealth Track host Consuelo Mack; Morgan Stanley CIO Jeffrey Applegate; Putnam President and CEO Robert Reynolds; and John Theil, former Vice Chairman of Global Wealth Management at Bank of America.
Jeff is a 30+ year veteran of the financial industry. By the end of his career on Wall Street, he was managing a $50+ billion sales organization. Before that, Jeff was the youngest managing partner in the 150-year history of The New England Financial.
Jeff holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration/Management with an emphasis in Accounting, computers, and philosophy from William Jewell College.
Jeff’s dedication, forward thinking, and strategic abilities have resulted in performance records, industry awards, and industry accolades.
Andy discusses the impact of the new tax law on individuals and families.
Jeff updates an audience on the new normal that is Washington D.C., status of the healthcare debate, fiscal realities facing our country, tax reform and the opportunities that tax changes may present investors.
Trump is clearly banking on the economy & its recovery to propel him to a second term. Surprisingly good jobs numbers today, but history says it will be some time before we get back to pre-pandemic levels.
With the PPP bill addressed, Congress considers Round 4 bill: unemployment, state and municipal support, business liability protection, tax changes to support the economy opening back up. All will be debated in possible Round 4.
As expected, Senate passes House bill making changes to PPP loan program. POTUS expected to sign. Left out of bill, allowance for businesses to write off, normally deductible expenses, if paid for by a forgiven PPP loan. Next bill?