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  • Photo of Why Your Business Needs Cyber Insurance

    Why Your Business Needs Cyber Insurance

    Firms and entities of all sizes appreciate the role of a general liability business insurance policy. For a small monthly premium, entrepreneurs can get hundreds of thousands, if not millions, in coverage. In turn, this protection takes care of different types of problems, including workers’ injuries, lawsuits from customers, and more. However, even though businesses heavily rely on technology, not…

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    The Best Savings Opportunities in 2020

    When we entered 2019 one year ago, businesses and consumers, alike, were concerned about the economy. During that time, trade relations between the US and China escalated. In addition, the Federal Reserve hiked interest rates several times in 2018, with more increases planned for 2019. Just as importantly, the stock market plummeted and reached alarming lows. However, one year later,…

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  • Photo of How the China Deal Can Save You Hundreds of Dollars

    How the China Deal Can Save You Hundreds of Dollars

    American households saw their living expenses go up over the last two years. The ongoing US-China trade war is one of the main reasons. However, earlier this month, the two countries reached a partial agreement. The Trump Administration agreed to cancel levies on Chinese imports, including laptop computers and smartphone devices. Moreover, American farmers will sell to China soybeans and…

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  • Photo of How Brexit Impacts American Consumers

    How Brexit Impacts American Consumers

    This week, the Conservative Party won the parliamentary and UK prime minister election in a landslide. As a result, the Tory government will almost certainly conclude Britain’s departure from the European Union (EU). Equally as important, if Prime Minister (PM) Boris Johnson delivered Brexit today, his Conservative government will immediately aim towards reaching a trade deal with the US. Even…

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    Trade and Your Wallet

    During the last few years, international trade took center stage. Today, it is even more important to analysts, media pundits, investors, and other economic players. Above all else, issues related to the China tariffs list, the potential USMCA trade agreement, and Brexit have a direct impact on household budgets. To clarify, volatile trade relations translate to unstable food, energy, and…

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  • Photo of Surprising Facts You May Not Know About the Trade Deficit

    Surprising Facts You May Not Know About the Trade Deficit

    The trade deficit and resulting trade war with China have been the talk of the financial town for the last couple of years, as well as extensively covered in mainstream news.  Most have heard about the fact that we have a deficit, meaning we import more than we export. However, there are some surprising facts about the trade deficit you…

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