The Impact of the ACA Medical Device Tax Corrected Version

I predict a surge in hospitals and clinics just south of the U.S. – Mexico border. These places will house very expensive medical devices. Medical tourism will expand a great deal, at least among those who can afford it. (This won’t happen in Canada because in that country it’s illegal for individuals to pay for healthcare.) Continue Reading →

The Other Cliff — Regulations

To summarize, there is more to fiscal policy than G, TA, and TR (government spending, taxes, and transfer payments for those a little rusty on their macroeconomics). Government regulations also have a significant impact on the economy. Continue Reading →