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On August 16th, President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act, which includes incentives for consumers to purchase energy-efficient products. In this Trending Topics segment, Money Coaches will discuss how these incentives might positively impact budgets and a few caveats you should know.
By MSA Staff


Last updated 9/16/22

MSA Money Coaches provide thousands of financial consultations each month to members from all different walks of life. Our Trending Topics segment is compiled from current financial news and an analysis of the needs and goals represented by our members each month.

On August 16th, President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act, which includes incentives for consumers to purchase energy-efficient products. In this Trending Topics segment, Money Coaches will discuss how these incentives might positively impact budgets and a few caveats you should know. They will also review the most recently released inflation numbers and where prices are trending up or down.

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