Trump and Clinton Need Sound Economic Plans

June 17, 2016
Financial expert and national radio and television host Dan Celia recently shared some not-so-encouraging news on his program “Financial Issues.” But one thing that can turn the economy around is sound and detailed plans from those who want to be President.

“There’s news out from the Insurance Commission that health insurance premiums will be going up significantly once again this year,” said Celia, who leads Financial Issues Stewardship Ministries (FISM,www.financialissues.org). “And there are actually people—economists!—trying to figure out why our economy is not going anywhere. We’ve had no wage increases, and our discretionary income—what little we have—has been under attack. We are losing our middle class; this President has decimated the middle class. And we’ve got Hillary Clinton who wants to talk about the economy? We need them BOTH talking about the economy. The problem is Hillary Clinton has to justify one of the most pathetic recoveries in the history of this nation. And Donald Trump’s got to give us some meat on the bone and tell us exactly what he’s going to be doing in this economy moving forward.”

            Listen to the “Financial Issues” clip: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Need Sound Economic Plans

Celia addresses important financial headlines and takes calls from around the country on his daily radio and television program, “Financial Issues,” which airs on more than 600 radio stations. The program is also seen on the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) television network, reaching 45 million households, and BizTV, which reaches millions more in major markets.

For more on Financial Issues Stewardship Ministries, visit its web site at www.financialissues.org, itsFacebook page, the YouTube channel, Financial Issues with Dan Celia or its Twitter feed, @financialissues.

To interview Dan Celia of Financial Issues Stewardship Ministries, contact Jen Retallick, 610-584-1096, ext. 100, Media@HamiltonStrategies.com, or Deborah Hamilton at 215-815-7716 or 610-584-1096, ext. 102.

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