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Blog Posts

Taxes Part 1: Why Tax?

When it comes to tax strategy, from the view of any level of government, we must think about what we are trying to achieve. Generally speaking, tax policy has one of three goals. First, to raise revenues to pay for core services that benefit the public at large. Second, to […]

Times are Changing

Our economy is the strongest it’s ever been, and is about to get better. At the same time, our economy is broken, and it’s about to get worse. How can this paradoxical reality be true? Simple, we no longer have one economy. We have two. And all indications point to […]

The Alaskan Case of Dutch Disease

We all dream about what we would do if a couple million dollars fell into our laps. It turns out, most of those stories don’t work out the way we would think. Lottery winners don’t always make the best decisions. Instead, they buy luxurious houses and cars, and go on […]

How Profitable Was Alaska’s North Slope?

In 1977, the monumental achievement known as the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) was completed. It was the largest, most complex, and most expensive engineering feat of its time. As we celebrate its 40th birthday, we hear heart warming stories about the construction days, we remember the blood, sweat, and tears […]