I was worried a while ago. While one of my friend was talking with us (we were sitting around a table at St. Elmo’s for our morning discussion), I noticed his hands were trembling. I thought he had more than enough coffee- or, worse, he was developing Parkinson’s Disease.
The year is drawing to a close. Which means most of us are preparing for what we will do in 2017.
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be going over how and what we should be doing (that we can still do) to save money on our taxes. But, today, I am going to ask you to consider a few things to make your 2017 great.
Today is the day that we are supposed to recognize the abundance afforded us. Of course, many of us have still not recovered from the Great Recession (especially in rural America and the Midwest). But, being the optimistic people we are, we all seem to be bound and determined to celebrate Thanksgiving. Unfortunately (this is my opinion), many of us are also bound and determined to wait on line for an interminable duration just to score that one sale item.
I promised you yesterday, I would discuss my tax proposal. Again. And, maybe now that everyone seems ready to talk about a better tax system, this concept can move forward.
We know the economy is growing- slowly. And, we have a President elect who swears he will increase jobs and manufacturing in the US. (Just so you know- from his mouth to God’s ears. Except there is a vast chasm between this man’s statements and fact. But, I digress.)