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Connecticut Properties Values Crash

Connecticut Properties Values Crash

Connecticut Properties Values Crash

The Storm in Real Estate

IncSmart Connecticut (Small Business and Startups) - Connecticut property values crash in 2019.   Connecticut is suffering a sever housing price decline,  especially for high end real estate.  Owners are selling homes from far less than what they purchased 10 years ago.  Connecticut's foreclosure rate is well above the national average, and the place to live between  New York City and Boston is tainted as a failure.  
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French Gas Company Moving to Nevada

French Gas Company Moving to Nevada

French Gas Company Moving to Nevada

The French Are Coming

IncSmart Nevada (Small Business and Startups) - French gas company is moving to a North Las Vegas industrial park named Apex Industrial Park.  The Apex location is also receiving a $58 million dollar freeway expansion project.  The 5 mile stretch of US 95 from North Las Vegas to Apex.  North Las Vegas City officials are expecting Apex to bring in 20,000 to 60, 000 workers when the location is fully developed with the water pipeline.  
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Louis Vuitton Workshop in Texas

Louis Vuitton Workshop in Texas

Louis Vuitton Workshop in Texas

Trump's Made in America

IncSmart Texas (Small Business and Startups) - Louis Vuitton opens a 100,000 square foot factory and workshop in Alvarado Texas.  Trump touts American Artisans for the new plant and promises more American production as one of his rallying cries for the country. As the World Trade Organization targets Europe for letting governments subsidize European manufacturing, it also paves the way for American retaliatory tariffs.  This new plant may help Louis Vuitton avoid the next round of tariffs on the European Union.  
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North Carolina Approves of Tarriffs

North Carolina Approves of Tarriffs

North Carolina Approves of Tariffs

Wooden Cabinets and Vanities

IncSmart North Carolina (Small Business and Startups) - North Carolina approves of Trumps new tariffs on wooden cabinets and vanities.   The new Chinese tariffs will reach $4.4 billion dollars.  China is accused of dumping wooden  products such as cabinets and vanities on the American market at an unfair value for American cabinet makers.  Chinese furniture producers have become a market leader in RTA - Ready to Assemble - furniture. 
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Poverty Increase in Connecticut

Poverty Increase in Connecticut

Poverty Increase in Connecticut

Only State in 2018

IncSmart Connecticut (Small Business and Startups) - Poverty increased in Connecticut for the year 2018.  Connecticut is the only state in the union where poverty did not decline according to the US Census Bureau.  The two biggest factors for the increase are affordable housing and income.  Ten percent of Connecticut residents live in poverty.  While Connecticut is one of the wealthiest states per capita, Hartford in close to bankruptcy.  
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Mac Pro Built in Texas

Mac Pro Built in Texas

Mac Pro Built in Texas

Trump Tariff Exemptions

IncSmart Texas (Small Business and Startups) - Mac Pro to be built in Texas after President Trump offers some tariff exemptions for key components.  The Mac Pro is Apples most powerful computer with the price starting at $6000.  Austin Chamber of Commerce says there are now 62,000 people working in manufacture in the Austin metro area.  Austin is becoming the new Silicon Valley, and Apple will employ over 15,000 people.
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New Maryland Virtual Office

New Maryland Virtual Office

New Maryland Virtual Office

Towson Maryland Intro Offer

IncSmart Maryland (Small Business and Startups) - We have a new Maryland Virtual Office for our customers.  The Townson Executive Workspace is located at 210 West Pennsylvania Ave, Suite 100.  Use our new Townson location as your business office for your professional business address.  Continue your telecommuting or working from a home office with your new virtual address.  The promo offer is only $70 a month.  Towson is an hour and half drive from the District of Columbia and 30 minutes from Baltimore.
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North Dakota Scholarship Program

North Dakota Scholarship Program

North Dakota Scholarship Program

Business Donation Funding

IncSmart North Dakota (Small Business and Startups) - A North Dakota Scholarship Program has been created by North Dakota business that are having difficulty hiring and training employees for these high demand positions with technical skills.  These skills require an education beyond High School but not requiring a four year degree.  The legislature has approved the funds but are looking at for matching funds from local employers who need the positions filled.  Business can donate funds to the scholarship or the repayment program.  Business can also pick which colleges, programs and educators.  
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Colorado Agritourism

Colorado Agritourism

Colorado Agritourism

Colorado State University Online  

IncSmart Colorado (Small Business and Startups) - Colorado Agritourism is now offered by Colorado State University as an online class.  The 12 credit certificate is currently a graduate studies program, and is the first of it's kind in the country.  The classed provide farmers and ranchers with the planning skills they need to add the tourism niche to there on business services.  Agritourism not only helps the farmers and ranchers, but it a boost for the local community as well.  
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West Virginia Leads Nation in Growth

West Virginia Leads Nation in Growth

West Virginia Leads Nation in Growth

Announcement from the US Department of Commerce

IncSmart West Virginia (Small Business and Startups) - West Virginia leads the nation in growth according to the US Department of Commerce with record breaking income for the state.  Almost $90 million more from 2018.   West Virginia was top state in the first quarter of 2019 with a 5/6% growth rate.  There are still more projects coming online for the Mountain State, including ethane cracker plants.  The ethane cracker plants turns natural gas into plastics and resins.   
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Oregon Business Tax

Oregon Business Tax

Oregon Business Tax

Transaction Tax to start in January

IncSmart Oregon (Small Business and Startups) - The new Oregon Business Tax hike, called the Student Success Act, will go into effect January 2020.   A business that makes $750,000 in 2020 will be required to register for the new tax.  Companies that post $1 million dollars in transactions will have to pay $250 fee.  The new tax was passed along party lines with the Republicans voting against the increase.  The new tax followed angry debates in Salem.  
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Delaware Beach Cities Boom

Delaware Beach Cities Boom

Delaware Beach Cities Boom

New Hotel Room Growth

IncSmart Delaware (Small Business and Startups) - Delaware beach cities are getting a hotel boom.  Twelve new hotels are on the books for Delaware beach cities, creating a building boom in the southern part of the state.  This redevelopment is particularly noticeable in Sussex County and Rehoboth.  2018 occupancy rates are about 80%, according to the Southern Delaware Tourism Association.  Much of the Delaware market is from New York City and Philadelphia. 
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Uber Helicopter Rides in New York

Uber Helicopter Rides in New York

Uber Helicopter Rides in New York

Start Booking Flights on July 7

IncSmart New York (Small Business and Startups) - Uber will be offering helicopter rides in New York City.  Uber Technologies Inc is going to start testing service in New York City starting on July 9th.  Customer will be able to book flights starting July 7th on the new app called Uber Copter.  The rides can be booked up to five days in advance and each ride will hold 5 customers.  
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Alaska Commercial Seaweed

Alaska Commercial Seaweed

Alaska Commercial Seaweed

Aquatic Farming for Off Season Fishing

IncSmart Alaska (Small Business and Startups) - Alaska commercial seaweed industry has a bumper crop.  Five years ago, there were no seaweed farmers in Alaska.  Today are 16 producing operations in the state.  Seaweed is a $6 billion business worldwide, with Korea, Japan and China taking the lead.  Seaweed is used for food, fertilizer, animal feed, and many other products including pharmaceuticals.  Alaska grown seaweed harvest will be over 200,000 pounds this year.   Alaska will have a $100 million dollar industry within the next decade.  
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