Wednesday Reading List

ICYMI: Reviewing “The Deficit Myth” and MMT – A book about MMT – Modern Monetary Theory – starts with busting deficit myths before turning to policy prescriptions to fix the country. Is it nonsense, or an innovative theory liberating us from deficit fears so we can invest appropriately in our country’s future? Either way it’s important to understand as its influence is growing.

Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Our team’s latest piece looks at what to do and how you can get help if someone wants to buy your business.

Someone Offered to Buy Your Business: What To Do Next by Heritage Financial

An excerpt from the book, Shutdown: How Covid Shook the World’s Economy looks at the steps taken to stabilize markets and the economy

2020 Was Almost Worse Than 2008 by Adam Tooze

Eleven years seems like a long-time, but if you had been following markets that long you’d have a distorted view of investing. Great lessons in this one.

What Has the Stock Market Taught Us Since 2010? by Ben Carlson

See also Do U.S. Stocks Merit Higher Valuations? by Christine Benz and R.I.P. 2009 – 2020 Bull Market & Lessons Learned for additional insight.

Recently updated piece on how 529’s impact financial aid.

529’s and Financial Aid

It’s not calories in versus calories out, but the type of calories you eat.

How a ‘fatally, tragically flawed’ paradigm has derailed the science of obesity by Gary Taubes

Why we need an estate tax update in Mass.

The Massachusetts estate tax is in need of an overhaul The Boston Globe Editorial Board

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