Our first interview focused on some of the positive things to come out of of the fiscal cliff deal last week as it relates to some investors.
Robert Grey, Accredited Investment Fiduciary with Denver Money Manager, pointed out how the alternative minimum tax, capital gains rates and estate taxes will be beneficial to most Americans.
Paul Teske, the Dean of the school of public affairs at the University of Colorado Denver, joined us later to discuss the money issues that will be discussed during the 2013 state legislative session which opens its 120-day run on Wednesday.
Finally, Michael Roberts with the University of Colorado-Denver's business school talked with us about the fiscal cliff negotiations moving forward and the likelihood that a deal will be reached within the next two months.
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