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Smart Money Experts On Personal Finance Pain & Gain, And Investing In Real, Physical Stuff

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While middle class families will get some relief from new tax reform, "most of the tax cuts are going to the wealthy and to corporations," says Barbara McMahon, president of Innovest Financial Partners. "Whether it generates growth, I don't know."

Maintaining a healthy personal financial situation can sometimes feel constraining, but the pay-offs are many. Today, the Smart Money Experts are back to discuss the benefits of putting your money toward physical assets. We also discuss the ramifications of GOP tax reform, which has jumped its hurdles in Congress and is en route to the president's desk. Plus, our experts explain what exactly a Bitcoin is, and update us on other happenings in the world of finance.

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