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Conclusion

How does this relate to me?

You have become an expert on the historical and economic trends that either increase the income gap and inequality or decrease the income gap and lead to greater prosperity for all Americans, but you may still be wondering:

"What does this mean to me?  What can I do to improve my own financial well-being and the well-being of my family?"

The good news is that, even though you, personally, may not be in a position to make huge, sweeping changes to the economy that would impact the income gap, there are many things that you can do to improve your own chances of success.  Consider the following questions based on what you have learned and your own goals for your life. 

Questions to Ponder

  • What can you do to improve your own financial situation - focus on the things that you have control or influence over?

 

  • How is your community (neighborhood) affected by current governmental policies?  Is the policy helping or hurting?
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