The Budget and the Debt Ceiling: Federal Spending in the Crosshairs

On September 28, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen informed Congress that the government will be unable to pay all of its bills if Congress does not raise the debt ceiling by October 18 On September 30, 2021, Congress averted a potential federal government shutdown by passing a continuing resolution to provide funding for government operations through […]

Infrastructure Legislation Advances, But Still Has a Ways to Go

Despite taking some important steps to advance, the legislation still has a ways to go and will have to overcome more hurdles. Two large infrastructure bills have taken important steps to advance in Congress. Here’s where they stand: On August 10, 2021, the Senate passed a $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill, to be named the […]

Taper Tantrum Part Deux?

How are you doing? Are you making plans for fall or taking a step back to reassess? Can you hit reply and let me know? There’s a lot to weigh right now, so I’m curious to hear your thoughts. One big thing you may have heard about in the headlines is the Federal Reserve’s hint […]

U.S. Census 2020 Results: Takeaways

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