Wisconsin Dells on Verge of Collapse

Wisconsin Dells on Verge of Collapse

Wisconsin Dells on Verge of Collapse
Vacation Attractions Struggle to Survive

IncSmart Wisconsin (Small Business and Startups) - Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers has kept Wisconsin closed with the "Safer at Home" orders.  More than 1.4 million tests have been conducted in Wisconsin and 88 thousand have tested positive for the virus.  83% of those testing positive for Coronavirus are now considered to be recovering or recovered.  Over 1200 residents of the state have died.  


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Pennsylvania Scientists Discover Covid Antibody

Pennsylvania Scientists Discover Covid Antibody

Pennsylvania Scientists Discover Covid Antibody
University of Pittsburg Can Neutralize Virus

IncSmart Pennsylvania (Small Business Startups) - The scientists at the University of Pittsburg School of Medicine, have isolated a molecule that neutralizes the  molecule that causes Covid-19.  This drug has also been tested by the University of Texas.  The Center for Biodefense and Emerging Diseases at the University of Texas, says the drug is effective in blocking the virus from entering cells.  
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California to Reopen Hair Salons

California to Reopen Hair Salons

California to Reopen Hair Salons
Nancy Pelosi Debacle


IncSmart California  (Small Business and Startups) - San Francisco to allow hair salons to reopen days after Nancy Pelosi caused an outcry.  San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced the reopening of Salons, Barbershops, Massage Spas, and Nail Salons to reopen during this pandemic.  The hair salons began opening September 14.  The salons that resume services indoors will need to abide by CDC Guidelines with limited number of patrons.  The customers and the salon staff will be required to wear face masks at all time.  
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Biden Okay In Person Voting for Delaware

Biden Okay In Person Voting for Delaware

Biden Okay In Person Voting for Delaware 
Safe to Vote During Pandemic

IncSmart Delaware (Small Business and Startups) - Joe Biden walked into the polling booth Monday to cast his vote in the Primary Election.  Biden proved to Delaware residents that it is safe to vote in person.   Joe and his wife Jill both voted in person at the New Castle Board of Elections.  If you do not want to vote in person, order your Absentee Ballot.  
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California Wildfires

California Wildfires

California Wildfires
Log it, Graze it, or Watch it Burn

IncSmart California  (Small Business and Startups) - Lightening starts most fires in California.  The plague of fires in both Northern California and Southern California are unsettling residents.  Causes do vary as some fires are started by terrorists, but most are from lightening strikes from thunderstorms.  California Governor Newsome, Nancy Pelosi's son in law, issues a statement that said there were over 10, 850 lightening strikes in just days as the monsoon season begins.  And this number is below average.  

This has been a very active fire season, and the high winds have not helped.  The Santa Anna winds to the south and the Diablo winds in the north, can generate gusts of 80 miles an hour.  The US Forest Service has warmed California fire management officials about letting overgrowth of vegetation continue.  Now trying to play catch up has proved to late.   Controlled burns was the answer.  

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The Cost of Minnesota Terrorism

The Cost of Minnesota Terrorism

The Cost of Minnesota Terrorism
Outrageous Demolition Costs

IncSmart Minnesota (Small Business and Startups) - The Demolition costs are skyrocketing in St. Paul and Minnesota.  The fees are causing delays in rebuilding the Twin Cities from the terrorism to the cities happening in May.  The price tag for demolition is often times higher than what the property is worth.  Attorney General Keith Ellison, still addressing claims of domestic valance has still not looked into price gauging.  At the same time his son is on the Minneapolis City Council and supports the domestic terrorism.  
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New York Exodus

New York Exodus

New York Exodus
Real Estate Prices Drop

IncSmart New York (Small Business and Startups) - New York City neighborhoods see real estate prices dropping, with the exodus of residents to the suburbs.  The tide of violence in the city is taking it's toll.  There has been a surge in violent crime.  When the mayor stopped bail and released prisoners from Riker's Island, the city started spiraling out of control.  
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Pennsylvania Real Estate

Pennsylvania Real Estate

Pennsylvania Real Estate
Northeast Pennsylvania influx of New Yorkers


IncSmart Pennsylvania (Small Business Startups) - New York City is in a crisis.  People are moving to Florida, but many are moving to Northeast Pennsylvania.  This cornier of Pennsylvania has never seen an increase of residents like it seeing today.  It is a sellers market.  
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The Rot in the District of Columbia

The Rot in the District of Columbia

The Rot in the District of Columbia
Stolen Taxes

IncSmart District of Columbia (Small Business and Startups) - The Rot in the District of Columbia.  Who get's the America tax dollars.   The salary for the life of a US President, is $450,000 a year.  The salary for the life of a Senator or House Member, is $174,000 a year.  The salary of the life of the Speaker of the House, is $223,500 a year.  The salary for the life of a Majority or Minority Leader,  $194,400 a year.   
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IncSmart Changes Washington Cities

IncSmart Changes Washington Cities

IncSmart Changes Washington Cities

Dangerous Neighborhoods

IncSmart Washington (Small Business and Startups) -IncSmart changes Registered Agent services in Washington cities for all Agent and Registered Addresses.  The Seattle neighborhoods are becoming too dangerous to be open for business.  The Seattle city council and government seem to have a darker idea about the safety of Seattlelites.  The city is rampant with crime and is uninhabitable at nightfall.  With the growing homeless population and the steady stream of outside rioters, the safety of employees is in question.
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American Airlines Layoffs in North Carolina

American Airlines Layoffs in North Carolina

American Airlines Layoffs in North Carolina

Job losses start October 1

IncSmart North Carolina (Small Business and Startups) - American Airlines has announced furloughs and layoffs in North Carolina that could reach 3000 employees.  Wake County will have 700 employee losses alone.  Many losses will be permanent.  The hardest hit work group will be the flight attendants.  Over 30% of flight attendants will loose their jobs.  In addition to North Carolina, over 25,000 employees nationwide are scheduled to be let go.  
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Anti Business in New Jersey

Anti Business in New Jersey

Anti Business in New Jersey

Murphy support for Small Business Erodes

IncSmart New Jersey (Small Business and Startups) - Anti Business in New Jersey as the tax incentives have expired.   Many of New Jersey companies have been hampered by the state to compete on the world stage.  Murphy is also planning to borrow $10 billion dollars to support the state after the tax revenue has dried up.  Taxes are also being increased for residents on top of the increase for business. 
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Catfish Sales Mississippi

Catfish Sales Mississippi

Catfish Sales Mississippi

Moving Sales from Restaurants to Grocery

IncSmart Mississippi (Small Business and Startups) - Catfish sales to Mississippi restaurants is way down.   The prices have stayed relatively stable but the consumption is down because of the Wuhan Virus.  The price of catfish is running about $1 per pound.  Over $200 million dollars is generated by Mississippi from these farms.  Mississippi also leads the country in catfish production and numbers 4000 pounds of catfish per acre of ponds.  
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Oklahoma Oil Turmoil

Oklahoma Oil Turmoil

Oklahoma Oil Turmoil

Cushing & Keystone

IncSmart Oklahoma (Small Business and Startups) - Oklahoma Oil Turmoil.   Five (5) Oklahoma tribes have say over Eastern Oklahoma oil fields after the Supreme Court decision.  With this decision, the tribes have inherited new problems.  A crash in oil prices, bankruptcies and business layoffs.  25% of Oklahoma's gas wells are on the reservations of the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, and Seminole nations.        

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