Go Banking Rates Investigates How President Obama’s Second Term Agenda Could Affect Americans’ Finances in New Report

With President Obama’s inauguration today, the personal finance experts at http://www.GoBankingRates.com investigate Obama’s second term agenda and how the next four years will affect American families’ bank accounts. Findings from this study clarify how the President’s plans for job creation, Medicare, spending cuts and social security will influence Americans’ personal finances.

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Inauguration Day 2013

Inauguration Day 2013

Our President made a lot of promises to strengthen the financial security of the middle class, a group of Americans whose best interests I believe he truly has at heart.

EL SEGUNDO, CA (PRWEB) January 20, 2013

On Presidential Inauguration Day 2013, the nation ponders how President Barack Obama’s second term will shape the economy. In this investigative report, leading finance resource Go Banking Rates analyzes President Obama’s second term agenda, and outlines what Americans need to know in order to prepare their bank accounts for another four years of his leadership.

“I've got a mandate to help middle-class families, and families that are working hard to try to get into the middle class. That’s my mandate,” President Obama said in his first press conference after reelection. But with the last few weeks of President Obama’s first term filled with financial problems – the fiscal cliff, debt ceiling, and expiring tax cuts – many Americans are wondering how their personal finances will be affected by Obama’s second term.

“Our President made a lot of promises to strengthen the financial security of the middle class, a group of Americans whose best interests I believe he truly has at heart,” said Casey Bond, Managing Editor of Go Banking Rates. “However, it's important to examine exactly how Obama's second term initiatives could impact American families' bottom lines, both positively and negatively.”

Go Banking Rates dissects the four primary initiatives Obama outlined during the 2012 Presidential elections: job creation, Medicare, spending cuts, and social security. The report evaluates how these actions could help or hurt Americans as they work towards greater financial stability.

Click here to read the full report.

About Go Banking Rates

GoBankingRates.com is a national website dedicated to connecting readers with the best interest rates on financial services nationwide, as well as informative personal finance content, news and tools. Go Banking Rates collects interest rate information from more than 4,000 U.S. banks and credit unions, making it the only online rates aggregator with the ability to provide the most comprehensive and authentic local interest rate information.

Additionally, Go Banking Rates partners with a number of major media outlets such as Business Insider and US News & World Report to provide compelling and edifying personal finance content, and its expert editors have been featured and quoted on several premier finance websites like Yahoo! Finance, Forbes, The Street, Huffington Post and more.

GoBankingRates.com belongs to a network of more than 1,500 finance websites, including GoInsuranceRates.com and GoFreeCredit.com. These sites receive more than 2 million visits each month.

For questions or comments, or to schedule an interview with a Go Banking Rates editor, please contact Jaime Catmull, Director of Public Relations, at JaimeC(@)GoBankingRates(dot)com, or 310.297.9233 x261.

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