In the late 1960s, a musician named Edwin Starr rose to fame with a song titled, “War.” The chorus of the song is “War, what is it good for? Absolutely, absolutely nothing.” This song became a cultural song for the time period and has been popular ever since. Using thisContinue Reading

This blog is a adjusted transcript from our podcast, The Economic Impacts of the Next Presidency – http://thewealthstandard.com/the-economic-impacts-of-the-next-presidency-episode-142/ To read about Donald Trump’s tax plan, click here. Insights into Hillary Clinton’s Tax Plan In the last blog we dove into Donald Trump’s plan. Let’s talk about Hillary Clinton’s tax planContinue Reading

This blog is a adjusted transcript from our podcast, The Economic Impacts of the Next Presidency – http://thewealthstandard.com/the-economic-impacts-of-the-next-presidency-episode-142/ A Brief Summary of Donald Trump’s Tax Plan Let’s maybe talk through those and talk through what you’ve seen. And I’ve read a bunch, too. Let’s talk through that and we’ll talkContinue Reading

This blog is a adjusted transcript from our podcast, The Economic Impacts of the Next Presidency – http://thewealthstandard.com/the-economic-impacts-of-the-next-presidency-episode-142/ The Huge Economic Implications of the Presidential Race – The National Debt When we were on the Real Estate Guys Investor Summit cruise a few weeks ago, Robert Kiyosaki was there for almostContinue Reading

A century ago, individuals who claimed to be millionaires were part of a rare and exclusive club, but a million bucks today doesn’t go as far—and isn’t nearly as impressive—as a million dollars in 1915. Using a basic annual inflation rate of 3.2 percent, calculations indicate that you’d need overContinue Reading

The summer season brings many things to our existence – family picnics, fireworks, BBQ’s, vacations, and college. Though college is a noble aspiration and we want our kids to attend, it is often accompanied with this sincere question: How are we going to pay for it? According to Sallie Mae,Continue Reading