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And Miles to Go Before I Sleep

I have been the Indiana Jones of economics lately (picture the map showing Indy as a moving red line). I know there are at least 3 of you who only know about my new podcast episodes and articles by checking here, so let me bring you up to speed: ==> On the Lara-Murphy Show, I facilitate Carlos’ discussion of inheritance taxes, trust planning, and IBC. ==> Contra Krugman 190 where Tom and I field listener questions such as UBI, ep. 191 where I go solo...

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Potpourri

==> Nelson Nash died in late March. This issue of Bank Notes has some tributes to him, including mine. (In the new Lara-Murphy Report [sub required] I have a longer one.) ==> In the latest Contra Krugman we talk about Krugman going after Stephen Moore. I thought Krugman’s crack about Freedom Fest was pretty low, tell me if you agree. ==> In related news, David R. Henderson has a good piece on the Moore nomination, specifically his gentle yet firm...

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Lara-Murphy Show Ep. 65

This was a deep(er) dive into IBC mechanics, in response to a friendly wager submitted by two listeners. Specifically: The controversy concerns two apparently conflicting goals: On the one hand, Nelson Nash says in BYOB that you should pay more against your policy loans than the insurance company requires, effectively buying more paid-up life insurance. But on the other hand, shouldn’t you aggressively fund your IBC policy up to the MEC limit right away, meaning...

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