The struggling economy and the global financial crisis have brought personal finances — your wallet — to the forefront of this election. While people make their decisions using a variety of factors (from “values” to effects on small business to foreign policy), this election has turned the economy into one of the biggest issues. And the policies enacted by those in power may ultimately affect your personal finances as well as the economy.
If you are concerned about that, you should have an idea of which of the presidential candidates will be best for your personal finances. I’ve made my decision, and the economy is only part of it — health care and education are important to me, too.
What’s important to you? Will you be voting with your wallet?