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To help you better understand the potential impact on your plan, we’re delivering our leading experts’ latest analysis on policy and economic implications behind this year’s election. Take a deep dive into the latest economic, tax and financial policies that could influence your future strategy. Find out what you need to factor for, the trending changes that could impact your plan and what to expect in the short and long-term.

Economic & Market Research

Key Questions: What Happens If...?

In political parlance, an "October surprise" is a headline-grabbing event that has the potential to influence the outcome of an election. Because many of the most prominent elections occur in early November, such events that take place in October are seen as "scrambling the political calculus just as the stakes are at their highest," according to one political observer.

October 2020
Election

2020 Presidential Election: Where Do the Presidential Candidates Stand on Taxes?

Tax policy is almost always an important topic in presidential elections, and 2020 is no exception.

September 2020
Economic & Market Research

Key Questions: What’s the Electoral College and What’s at Stake?

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and its economic impact, civil unrest and the growing civic divide are all coinciding with this pivotal election. Moreover, not only is the presidency hotly contested, but it also looks increasingly likely that the control of the Senate is in play as well.

September 2020
Economic & Market Research

Key Questions: How Will the Election Affect the Economy?

Higher taxes are not assured, and interest rates are likely to remain low. But changes elsewhere create both risks and opportunities.

August 2020
Economic & Market Research

Key Questions: Will the Presidential Election Be Delayed?

It would not be an exaggeration to say that the United States was in a state of disarray following the Civil War. Economic booms and busts ensued all too frequently due, in large part, to a series of missteps to reunite the nation.

August 2020