Every election cycle, we see news stories about which candidate or party would be better for the economy and markets. As far back as I can remember, I have heard that Republicans are better at boosting the economy while Democrats are more concerned with equitable distribution of economic gains. Or that Republicans are pro-business, so they should be associated with better stock market performance. Alternatively, some suggest that markets perform best when opposing parties occupy the white house and congress.
The CARES Act is approximately 900 pages in length, and there is A LOT of information in there that will impact everyone. CARES will be the subject of conversation over the coming weeks and months, but here are some of the most relevant provisions for individuals and families.