The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was approved by Congress and signed by President Trump in late December 2017. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act features the most changes to the U.S. tax code in decades and it will impact nearly every individual and business. The SFG Financial Planning team is researching how these changes will impact our clients. Most of the provisions discussed in this article are active for tax years 2018 through 2025. Below is our summary of the how Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will affect individuals.
One of the macroeconomic areas of risk to the economy is public and private pension liabilities. The former also has an effect on the municipal bond market. The risk to the public and private pension system is underfunding. This happens when a pension fund has liabilities on its balance sheet which outweigh its assets.
The human immune system is incredibly complex and incredibly smart. Your immune system knows when you’re getting sick, sometimes days, months or even years before the problem is diagnosed. If we were able to read the tiny, microscopic signs of our immune systems, we could catch and treat diseases like ovarian or pancreatic cancer before they become deadly.