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Why the “Inflation Reduction” Act Will Make Things Worse

(8/5/22) Today's Jobs Report should shed some light on what companies have been thinking as the economy wanes; are there more layoffs to come? The Inflation Reduction Bill will have unintended consequences; how inflation is hitting back to school expenses; dealing with the question of IRA Conversions; the exceptions to the rule: 72-T. How to leave a legacy with IRA's; investment scams we're seeing; how to keep more of your money and avoid the coming higher taxes.
3:20 - Jobs Report Preview: Why the Inflation Reduction Act Won't
14:35 - Back to School Expense & Best Uses of IRA's & Roth's
30:34 - Dealing with IRS's & Exceptions to the Rule
44:40 - Investment Scams, Avoiding Taxes, and Keeping More of Your Money

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