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The Olympics is not about being a pundit. If athletes want to make political statements after the games, that's appropriate. Making contentious political statements against... [Read More]
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As always, I recommended being wary from whom you buy insurance. The way an insurance company presents itself during the time of purchase doesn't always... [Read More]
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Last week, Americans across the country saw their paychecks were a little bigger than expected thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The U.S.... [Read More]
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President Trump announced during his State of the Union address that one of his greatest priorities is to reduce the price of prescription drugs. [Read More]
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Another big change is the cut in the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 21 percent. The 35 percent rate meant that the U.S.... [Read More]
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As we enter 2018, many people believe that Obamacare has been rescinded, but in fact, it seems to be very much intact. In spite of... [Read More]
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For some people, their most-prized possession is not a piece of jewelry or classic automobile, but rather, one of the four-legged variety. [Read More]
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Ultimately, the press and psychiatrists need to stop this unethical practice of attempting to diagnose the president from the sidelines. [Read More]
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Now that the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is signed into law, there's a lot of talk about what's next on the president's agenda. [Read More]
The temporary increased gift exemption provides a limited opportunity to transfer a tremendous amount of wealth. For individuals with large estates, the amounts transferred to... [Read More]
We often hear about the failing individual health insurance, but we rarely hear about small group health insurance. [Read More]
How would Lincoln view this? Lincoln would view this? Someone who fought for rights and making a more perfect union, while also holding our unifying... [Read More]
Ultimately, there still needs to be significant developments for Bitcoin (and cryptocurrencies in general) before anyone can make qualified statements on its future. [Read More]
The House passed its version of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act on November 16, 2017, along a mostly party-line vote of 227-205, with 13... [Read More]
With the various proposals for estate tax changes being floated in Congress recently, and with the scheduled increases already in place for 2018, many people... [Read More]
As Congress focuses on tax reform, it might be helpful to look at where we are now and how we got here. Generally, Americans do... [Read More]
Last week we saw the Houston Astros defeat the L.A. Dodgers in the final game of the World Series, and what a series it was. [Read More]
There are very few "sure things" in life other than death and taxes. But there is a third one that ties back to the first... [Read More]
In more than 50 years in the insurance business, one of the most interesting developments I've seen is the increased availability of life insurance to... [Read More]
It's about time that we can finally make informed decisions on how the relationship between brands, schools, and players should be structured. [Read More]
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