The big legislative news this week is the sweeping budget deal President Donald Trump, and congressional leaders reached to increase the debt limit through 2021, thus averting a default on

Share
From the President – 7-12 – Weekly Update

It took a while, but the dueling letters” by the wealthy to either tax them more or figure out better ways to create wealth opportunities for others has just gotten

Share

While I can’t say I’m pleased with what we learned, I am encouraged that there is a roadmap forward.  Capitalism isn’t dead, but it is certainly damaged thanks to decades

Share

As reported earlier in the week, Representative MikeThompson (D-CA) introduced the Taxpayer Certainty and Disaster Tax Relief Act of 5 2019′, legislation that would extend a variety of expired or expiring

Share

It has become abundantly clear that general public sentiment about the wealthy has been degrading over the last few years. A day hardly passes without headlines about wealth inequality, income disparities,

Share

Call it the dueling letters.  On the eve of the first set of debates by the Democrat candidates for president, a group calling themselves the “Patriotic Millionaires” penned an open

Share

Whether we call it the war on success, or the successful or the war on Capitalism what we’re seeing is a change of perception – all due to the media

Share

Pat Soldano is speaking at the FON – Family Office Network on 5/14 on; Tax Policy – What Now? Everyone who has a stake in the game, (paying taxes) should

Share
Pat Soldano – Speaking at FON – Family Office Network

Pat Soldano is speaking at the FON – Family Office Network on 5/14 on; Tax Policy – What Now? Everyone who has a stake in the game, (paying taxes) should

Share