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ACCF Scholar: The Post-Midterm Scramble Begins

The Wall Street Journal
If Republicans end up with a majority in the House, their margin will be much smaller than expected, giving factions within the caucus substantial...

ACCF Scholar: As the markets tank, Congress can help retirees by...

The Hill
Consider a retired individual, 72 years old, with $100,000 invested in a retirement account at the end of last year, 50 percent broadly invested...

Tax changes mean brighter future for retirement savings

The Hill
Last week the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced new limits on various tax advantaged saving vehicles, such as IRAs and 401(k) contributions, for 2023....

Want to Reduce Gas Prices? The Biden Administration Must Resist Banning...

Townhall.com
Dr. Pinar Çebi Wilber Both in late September and earlier in late August, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm reiterated her plea to American refiners to reduce...

News Releases

In Memoriam: ACCF Board of Advisors Member Jim Kolbe

The ACCF bids farewell to former congressman and long time ACCF Board of Advisors member Jim Kolbe. Kolbe was a true statesman who, as...

In Memoriam: ACCF Scholar Ed Prescott

The ACCF is saddened to learn of the passing of Ed Prescott, a longtime member of the ACCF Board of Scholars. A 2004 winner...

Bloomfield Discusses “The Swamp” with MSCI

The Metal Service Center Institute hosts ACCF President and CEO Mark Bloomfield for a conversation on "The Swamp": Bridging the Chasm Between Toxic Politics...

ACCF Scholar John Taylor on the Fed and Economy

On Bloomberg Daybreak: Australia, Stanford University Professor of Economics and ACCF Scholar John Taylor discusses Federal Reserve policy and the state of the U.S....