This episode features Brad Campbell from Drinker Biddle who shines light on the DOL Fiduciary Role, followed by former AALU Board Member Tim Malarkey, and where the industry has been, where its going, and what markets are the strongest right now.
On this month’s episode we are joined by Armstrong Robinson, Eric Lundberg and David Hollingsworth to discuss the August recess, a deal between President Trump and Democrats and looking forward to tax reform this fall.
In this month’s episode, we sit down with Jeff Ricchetti, Armstrong Robinson and Ken Kies to discuss the health care vote, the budget resolution, debt ceiling increase and what it could all mean for tax reform this fall.
This month, Josh is joined by AALU’s Armstrong Robinson and David Hollingsworth to discuss the Comey hearing and Russia investigation, the state of the health care bill in the Senate and the current status of tax reform and the DOL.
In this month’s episode Josh is joined by Dave Tamasi and Chris Morton to discuss President Trump’s first 100 days, the state of the repeal and replacement of Obamacare and what that could mean for tax reform.
On this month’s episode, we are joined by resident experts Justin Brown and David Hollingsworth as we explore the current legislative environment and talk about how reconciliation could factor into any tax reform exercise.
On this month’s episode David Hollingsworth and Justin Brown stop by to give a political update on the first week of the Trump Administration and discuss why the push for tax reform by Republicans seems to be slowing a bit.
This month, Josh sits down with AALU's very own Mike Gleeson and David Hollingsworth to discuss the newest additions to the presidential administration. We also hear from the current President of AALU, Chris Foster, who talks about his term so far.
Policy experts Justin Brown, David Hollingsworth and Michael Gleeson get together to recap AALU’s webinar on the election of Donald Trump and answer AALU member questions about the DOL Fiduciary Rule, tax reform and the estate tax.