2017 and 2018 TrumpCare – American Health Care Act (ACHA) – Tax Credits and Penalties

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The house GOP has announced their legislation to repeal and replace ObamaCare. They are calling this bill the American Health Care Act (ACHA). From a bottom line perspective here are some of the key impacts you may see from next year if these provisions (or something like them) are passed. Expanded health savings accounts (HSA) for individuals and families. Health […]

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What’s Ahead for the US economy in the Next 4 years (2017 to 2020)


What a whirlwind the United States Presidential Election was! It sparked record interest in the Presidential Debates and polls predicted the highest turnout rate of voters in the history of our Presidential Elections.  Trump was the third Presidential candidate in US history to win the election after losing the vote in his own home state […]

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2017 and 2018 Trump Economic Stimulus, Tax Breaks and Credits for Individuals, Corporations and Investors


With Donald J. Trump now America’s 45th president many are now asking if he can bring around the economic change promised while on the campaign trail. A lot of people voted for him as a change agent and from an economic point of view at least are hoping he can bring back opportunity to millions […]

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Trump Tax Plan, Cuts and Changes in 2017, 2018 and Beyond


With President Donald Trump and Republicans controlling the House and Senate, we are likely to see a number of tax changes in the year ahead if his campaign plans and promises hold. As with everything else, the Trump administration was light on the details but here is what we do know about the proposed Trump tax […]

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ObamaCare (ACA) Repeal and Replacement via American Health Care Act (AHCA) ON HOLD for 2017 and 2018


[Latest Update] The repeal and replacement of Obamacare via the American Health Care Act, the Ryan-Trump administration proposal, is officially on hold following a lack on unity across the Republican party to get the AHCA bill approved in the House. With no Democrat member support, it had to be passed by all the factions of the Republican […]

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