Investment Firm Leaves Washington

Investment Firm Leaves Washington

IncSmart Washington (Small Business and Startups) - Billion dollar investment firm leaves Seattle for Phoenix.  Smead Capital Management confirms that Phoenix will offer employees better quality of life and a lower cost of living.  Seattle has no police protection, and domestic terror rules the day while the mayor calls it a summer of love.  the mayor is unable to provide any kind of protection to residents.  

Business and residence blame Mayor Jenny Durkan for making Seattle an unsafe place to live and work.  Letting Antifa run the downtown area of the city has proven to be deadly. Along with the Wuhan Virus pandemic and the homeless population explosion, Seattle is no longer a desirable place to live.  Seattle has joined Chicago and New York City as the place to leave, not the place to move.  

Starting a Business in Washington

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We are very excited about helping you form your new company.  Each state is so different when it comes to filing documents, you will know right away you are in the right place.  #incsmart

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Delaware Declines Mask Donations

Delaware Declines Mask Donations

IncSmart Delaware (Small Business and Startups) - Democrat Governor John Carney has turned down a donation of over 4000 masks for Wuhan Virus protection .  The Governor declined the masks because he said the donation was not in good faith.  The masks would have gone to the Department of Corrections.  The donation was to be given to inmates and correction officers.  

The donation had no strings attached, and the Delaware citizens are wondering why the Governor would put the Department of Corrections at risk.  According to the Department of Corrections, Delaware has 140 inmates with Covid19, and 7 have died.  Carney said he is proud of how he has kept the inmates and correction officers safe without using the donations.  
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Starting a Business in Delaware - Delaware Corporation - Delaware LLC

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Musk in Brownsville Texas

Musk in Brownsville Texas

Musk in Texas
Gulf of Mexico to Become Launch Pad

IncSmart Texas (Small Business and Startups) - CEO Elon Musk will start making floating launch pads for the ocean.  These floating spaceports will launch SpaceX to the Earth's moon and eventually Mars.  Musk is also advancing hypersonic travel around the earth.  The pads will be strategically placed 20 miles offshore.  


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Uranium Stockpiles in Utah

Uranium Stockpiles in Utah

Uranium Stockpiles in Utah

Trump Budget Proposal

IncSmart Utah (Small Business and Startups) - Uranium stockpiles are planned for Utah.  The Utah uranium industry is being given a new chance to compete with foreign cheap imports.  The Trump budget includes a $1.5 billion dollar grant to help the industry.  Uranium Oxide or Yellowcake, has seen a drop in production in the year 2018.  The Yellowcake is used to make nuclear fuel rods.  The production is at a 70 year low at the same time over 90 nuclear reactors in the US is buying its current yellowcake from Russia.  Russia is dumping yellowcake on the global market dropping the price of Uranium.  Russia yellowcake production undermines America's national security.  
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Catskills New York Real Estate

Catskills New York Real Estate

Catskills New York Real Estate

Affordable Housing on the Hudson

IncSmart New York (Small Business and Startups) - Catskills Mountains New York real estate is 100 miles away from New York City.  This is an area around Catskills Park west of the Hudson River.  With the national economy under the Trump administration, counties up and down the Hudson have become sellers markets.  With most people priced out of the New York City housing market, the Catskills can be an affordable alternative.  
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Ford Adding Jobs in Michigan

Ford Adding Jobs in Michigan

Ford Adding Jobs in Michigan

Wayne and Dearborn to hire in 2020

 IncSmart Michigan (Small Business and Startups) - Ford Motor Company is adding over 3000 jobs in Michigan.  Hiring will begin in early 2020 with salaries that pay an average of $61,000 a year. The two Ford plants that will receive investment monies are Wayne and Dearborn.  2,700 jobs will go to Wayne and 300 jobs will go to Dearborn.  $750 million dollars will be going to the Wayne plant and the rest of the funds to the Dearborn plant.  
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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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