Investment in America has finally moved to the forefront of the conversation in Washington, D.C., with the potential of hundreds of pages of legislation and over a trillion dollars from Congress to support laying the groundwork for the next century. The boost in spending will boost consumer benefits and create jobs, but it will also mean that taxpayers will need to fund it.

But it’s not just Congress and the White House that are talking about infrastructure – and that’s a good thing for both consumers, and even taxpayers.

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