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The bill contains several tax-code changes that could affect individual investors, though far fewer than were in the original draft.
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Weeks of negotiations on Capitol Hill culminated with the early November release of a slimmed-down "Build Back Better Act," a $1.75 trillion economic package that focuses on climate change and social programs. The proposal, coupled with a bipartisan infrastructure spending package that was approved by Congress November 6, forms the heart of President Joe Biden's domestic agenda.

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The midsummer focus in Washington is on whether lawmakers can find a path forward on the president's economic agenda. A precarious bipartisan deal was forged in late June on an infrastructure package that includes funding for roads, bridges, public transit, rail, water projects, broadband expansion, and more.
Election 2020

While the new year may only be days old, it feels like we've already seen enough drama for a full year—or five.
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With an election in less than five months, lawmakers are scrambling to get work done before a possible change in the political balance in 2021. There are several key developments for investment advisors and investors to follow.
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Investors may worry about the potential impact of a federal government shutdown on stocks. However, the impact historically has been mixed.

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