SOUND ECONOMIC AND PUBLIC POLICY (SEPP) CONSULTING
Stimulus: Between a Rock and a Hard Place
Social Distancing: A Game of Two Locales
The Continuing Rise of China
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The Debt Ceiling: A Symbolic Absurdity
Having a debt ceiling is a distraction from the real issue of reining in the deficit and slowing the growth of the federal debt.
Amazon owes ZERO... Wait Negative Taxes.
In December 2017 as President Trump signed into law the Tax Reform bill which the GOP controlled Congress muscled through both the House...
How Bodes the US Economy?
Stock markets seem to have somewhat stabilized from the huge volatility that rocked the economy late last year. The government shutdown...
Questionably Good Policies, but Certainly Bad Timing
The last several months have seen interesting polices coming from both the GOP led legislative arm of government and the Trump...
The Revenge of the Rich
A Bloomberg report released yesterday stated that the recent plunge in stock prices wiped out $114 billion from the fortunes of the...
Financing $1.5 trillion in Infrastructure Spending
In his first State of the Union address President Trump, among other things, called on Congress to send him a bill for $1.5 trillion in...
Apple's $30 Billion Jobs Investment
Did you say "trickle down economics"? Scratch that... it looks like a waterfall. Apple plans to take advantage of the incentive in the...
High Tax Blue States and Tax Reform
From the scenes that played out at the end of last year as many residents in high property tax states rushed to try to prepay some or all...
What Walmart Giveth, It Taketh Away?
So Walmart has decided both to raise the minimum wage it pays its workers to $11/ hour and to permanently close some of their Sam's Club...
Tax Reform and the Supply Side Promise (Tax Reform Part III)
The US House of Representatives passed in November the “Tax Cuts and Jobs Act” bill and the Senate followed with its own version shortly...