There is a great deal of fear surrounding the watershed presidential election we just witnessed. Right now, there are garbage trucks around Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue in New York, protests on the 101 Freeway in Los Angeles and angry crowds in many downtowns across the country. Additionally, Donald Trump's victory has sparked student walkouts and protests on college campuses across the country.
It remains to be seen if Trump can find ways to reach out to the people who are less than enthusiastic about his presidency. He mentioned in his victory speech that he wants to be everyone's president. With so many uncertainties, there is one thing that we can actually digest — what Trump's fiscal plan would mean to your wallet. We can drill down into what he has proposed and determine what it could mean for us if passed into law. I've pulled out six major areas and how his plan could affect us.