Brad Reifler is a powerful name within the business community, and Wikipedia shows just a fraction of the impact he’s had over the years. Over his storied career, Brad has made numerous brilliant investments and started several successful companies. Brad is well-known throughout the world for his knowledge, his work ethic, and his vision. Reifler is always thinking several steps ahead of everyone else, and this vision allows him to make the best possible investments for his clients. Recently, Brad Reifler decided to share his insight with the world in an article for the Huffington Post.
2016 has been an extremely active year politically. The British voted to leave the EU, Asia is packed with elections and intrigue, and the world has watched the United States Presidential Election with curiosity. The next president of the United States will have a huge impact on the globe and will have an especially large impact on the global economy.
Brad cares deeply about the tax code, and is glad that both candidates have pledged to simplify the tax code. Clinton is focused on raising taxes on those that make more than $1 million, while Trump has promised to increase deductions for people across the board, but especially for small families. Both candidates are hoping to help small businesses by simplifying the tax code, and they are both in agreement on helping families with childcare expenses. Estate taxes are the major difference in the candidates. Trump wants to repeal the estate tax, while Clinton will lower the minimum.
While there are major differences between the two candidates, Brad believes there should be a major overhaul of the tax code, regardless of which candidate wins. The direction of that reform depends on which candidate is sworn in January.
Brad Reifler is invested in this election, and he urges other investors to look into the campaign. There is a lot at stake and every American should care. Reifler wants an educated populace to pick the best possible candidate for the future of the economy. Follow along as Brad continues to write about the election, and all matters financial on his HuffPost contributor page, or check out his Twitter feed for more sporadic commentary on the day’s financial issues.