Brad Reifler Looks at Potential Impact of Each Presidential Candidates’ Tax Plan

 

In his recent article “How The Presidential Race Could Shape the Economy’s Future,” entrepreneur and hedge fund manager Brad Reifler states that when it comes to the ongoing presidential race, many Americans are concerned with how their finances will be affected by each candidate’s plan. Though it is not possible to perfectly predict the impact of their plans, Reifler has made assumptions as to how each candidate’s ideas would effect the economy.

Most of Hillary Clinton’s ideas will affect taxpayers making more than $1 million. Clinton also wants to change the way capital gains are taxed. Clinton would like to remove certain aspects of the estate tax, but not eliminate it completely.

He also plans to increase the limit on deductions. Trump hopes to restructure the tax system so most taxpayers would not have to itemize on their tax returns. Mr. Trump’s plan also includes a total repeal of the estate tax. He would also increase capital gains taxes, but protect small businesses from these increases with subsidies.

Both candidates plan to reduce the financial impact of child care costs.

Wikipedia writes that founder and chief executive of Forefront Capital, Brad Reifler is an entrepreneur and investment adviser. Founded in 2009, Forefront Group is a banking and wealth management firm that helps both individuals and organizations meet their long-term financial goals. In addition to Forefront Capital, Brad Reifler founded Pali Capital and Reifler Trading Company. He is a director at Sino Mercury company, and former director of Genesis Securities, European Investment Bank, and Foresight Research Solutions.  See Brad’s own thoughts straight from the source on his Twitter page.


Chris Burch Provides A Creative Side to the Entrepreneur Industry

Just like the technology industry, the fashion industry has seen a lot of changes throughout the years. These two industries do have one thing in common: They tend to grow and change together.

In the past, technology has grown with the popularity of what a person considers fashionable. In the 70s, the boom box was not only a technological advance but also a fashion statement. In the 80s, they were added to movies which increased the popularity. In the 90s, a personal experience came about with the Walkman. Later still, the experience changed again with the iPod. As the technology changed, the popularity of the products became more and more fashionable.

Fashion designers, by definition, crave giving consumers what the desire. Technology can help them do that. People find innovation and functionality fashionable. Fashion can advance through technology.

Fashion can even protect us. It’s not necessarily fashion to wear bike protection, for instance, but fashion designers can create fashion that has a job. The Airbag for Cyclists, which is an airbag that pops out of neckwear to protect the head, or Frontline Gloves, that allow information to be sent between firefighters, are just a few examples.

Glasses haven’t exactly had a great fashion reputation until very recently. Technology was helped by fashion, as some designers use them as a trend, allowing more people to accept them as a fashion statement.

Fashion can be created by recycled materials, killing two birds with one stone: Creating fashion and helping the environment. Fashion and technology can also be used together to create energy. New clothing can capture the kinetic energy to power things.

These views are shared by Christopher Burch, founder and CEO of Burch Creative Capital. As an entrepreneur, he has a vision for market opportunities, imagination and creativity helps create businesses that have a positive, lasting impact on their consumers’ lives.

He has over 40 years of experience in the industry and has been a part of the growth of over 50 companies. Burch Creative Capital’s portfolio includes the likes of Poppin, Cocoon9, Voss Water and ED by Ellen Degeneres.

Burch’s company is currently undergoing the support of developing consumer product brands from retail to apparel and home furnishings.

Visit Chris Burch’s website to learn more.