2020 Election Perspectives

TIAA experts weigh in on the policy changes that could impact your finances.
2020 has been a challenging year for many people. The coronavirus pandemic created significant market volatility in the spring and summer, and now the upcoming election is a major focus.
From tax policy to healthcare to energy, the two major political parties often have different ideas on how to govern. With the country still seeking an economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic, the winners of this election will need to focus on short-term needs as well as long-term policy goals.
This election is full of many complicated issues. Our intention is to share perspectives from our thought leaders on what the election outcome may mean for your financial plan. The following information is not intended to endorse any candidate over another. We hope you find this information helpful.

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