April 21, 2014

My new economic toy that you don't have to be a geek to appreciate:

Bottom Line:  We are all familiar with the concept of inflation.  These days we’re reminded every time we go to the grocery store or gas station.  But how do you easily know what the total impact of inflation is to you year to year or decade to decade for planning purposes.  Here is a

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April 07, 2014

The local NPR station ran a great story by America Abroad Media (@America_Abroad) about how government helps and harms entrepreneurs (available on iTunes). Interest in job creation and the growth in the number of incubators makes this a timely topic.

...What really matters is low taxes, quick permits, and lightweight compliance
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April 04, 2014

U.S. employers hired at a brisk pace last month and ramped up the hours their workers put in on the job, the strongest signals yet the economy was breaking free of its winter doldrums.

First-quarter growth estimates range as low as a 0.6 percent annual rate. But economists think growth in the

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March 27, 2014

The American Institute for Economic Research (AIER) has released a new study on the Affordable Care Act that finds that approximately 230 million people, about 70% of the U.S. population, will see very little change in their premiums due to the Affordable Care Act. These are mostly individuals who are covered by employer-sponsored health insurance or public assistance

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March 27, 2014

The American Institute for Economic Research (AIER) has released a new study on the Affordable Care Act that finds that approximately 230 million people, about 70% of the U.S. population, will see very little change in their premiums due to the Affordable Care Act. These are mostly individuals who are covered by employer-sponsored health insurance or public assistance programs.

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