Thanks in large part to a series of ambitious fiscal spending plans passed or proposed by the U.S. federal government, the economic recovery continued through the first quarter of 2021 and the GDP is on the rise.
But what does this aggressive federal spending strategy mean for corporate and personal taxes?
In this episode of Wescott’s Market and Economic Outlook series, our Chief Investment Officer, Mark McCarron, and Chief Operating Officer, Carrie Delgott, dive into the state of the U.S. economic recovery, the current administration’s spending plans, and why Wescott’s portfolios are well positioned to handle a change in tax strategy.
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