Are you looking to better understand the national debt ceiling? In this episode, Melissa Fradenburg, CDFA®️, AIF® helps listeners gain a clearer understanding of the debt ceiling and why it matters. Melissa sheds light on the historical context of raising the national debt ceiling and explains why it’s likely that Congress and the Biden administration will reach an agreement on raising the debt limit. It’s important to consider how this issue may influence personal financial decisions, such as investments and savings strategies. Remember, being proactive and staying educated is key to navigating the ever-changing financial landscape.
Debt Ceiling and The Economy – Resources:
- Read What Does History Reveal about Reducing the National Debt Burden?
- Read The Potential Economic Impacts of Various Debt Ceiling Scenarios.
- Learn more about Pearl Planning.
- Register for our Summer Economic Update and Investment Outlook Webinar.
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