Richmond, VT (PRWEB) November 12, 2012
A fiscal cliff is looming. And Wyatt Investment Research wants to make sure it never arrives.
The Vermont-based investment research company is circulating a petition asking Congress to stop the impending fiscal cliff prior to December 31.
The petition is simple: It asks Congress to put a stop to any legislation that would increase taxes by up to 150% or more on investors’ dividend income. Those who sign the petition will have it forwarded to their state senator.
Fiscal cliff is the term economists are using to describe President Obama’s Budget Control Act, which will impose government spending cuts and higher taxes starting on January 1, 2013. Should the law take effect, dividend income taxes could skyrocket.
“We’re seeing the term ‘fiscal cliff’ all over the news now that the election is over. But this is something we’ve been telling our readers about for more than a month,” Wyatt Investment Research founder Ian Wyatt said. “That’s why we sent this petition out a few weeks ago – to be proactive about this potentially catastrophic situation before it’s too late.”
The petition is apolitical, and does not endorse one party over another. It merely asks America’s elected leaders – regardless of party – to find another solution to their self-imposed budget crisis.
To sign Wyatt Investment Research’s petition and ask your state senator to stop the fiscal cliff, go to http://www.wyattresearch.com/offers/fiscalcliff?r=dpint103112.
About Wyatt Investment Research: Wyatt Investment Research (http://www.wyattresearch.com) is an independent publisher of investment newsletters. The company offers investment research and analysis of the financial markets through a variety of newsletters, blogs, special reports, trading services and e-letters. Founded under the name Business Financial Publishing in 2001 by investor Ian Wyatt, Wyatt Investment Research today boasts a worldwide audience of more than 350,000 individual investors. The company is headquartered in Richmond, Vermont.
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