New York Projects Over $64 Billion in Losses in The Next Four Years Due to COVID-19
The coronavirus has deeply hit the state of New York in the past months. Due to this, the state has projected an estimate of $64 billion in losses in the aftermath of the pandemic over the next four years.
Surviving a Financial Crisis: Kinds of Credit Card Relief You Can Get
Despite the offers coming from companies who issue credit cards that provide instant relief to their cardholders, they still need to request assistance in order to qualify. Here are the things that you need to know and the types of credit card relief you can avail in times of financial struggle.
Louis Vuitton Bags: Why Are They So Expensive?
The social status symbol is never on discount and is expected to have a 20-year-duration or more. What makes such handbags pricey?
15,000 Employees at Risk of Losing Jobs as Airline Company Airbus is Hard-Stricken by Coronavirus
More than 15,000 jobs are planned to be let go by global aviation company Airbus after it expects massive repercussions from the coronavirus pandemic. The company stated the cuts will begin by the summer of 2021 and hopes it can recover by 2023.
How to set up an LLC in New Jersey
We review some of the ample reasons one should set up an LLC in New Jersey.
What is the Difference Between $4,000 Travel Tax Credit and Second Stimulus Check?
Millions of Americans are still waiting on the second wave of the COVID-19 relief fund. However, it is still being discussed on whether it should be given in monetary form or as a travel tax credit?
North Korea Makes Millions Out of Sand, Breaks Sanctions Selling Them
UN investigators stated that using a substantial sand-export operation, North Korea was able to rake last year at least $22 million. The Hermit Kingdom is making millions from its sand-resource but is breaking sanctions while doing so.
5 Black Billionaires in the World That Proves Personality is More Than Just a Skin Color
Black people have historically been successful in the fields of arts, politics, and culture but they are not often recognized in the world of business and finance. Here are five black persons who are now on top of the financial food chain and became billionaires.
Brexit News: No More Extensions for Brexit Transition Period
Even with the deadlocks in the trade talks, the UK has insisted that there will be no extensions that will be placed on the table anymore. Thus, this means that there is a big possibility that by the end of the year, the UK will no longer broker a trade deal with the EU on the World Trade Organisation (WTO) terms.
What to Consider When Switching Business Energy Suppliers
For many businesses, finding new ways to cut costs and save money is vital. However, many business owners overlook the huge potential to make savings on their business gas and electricity supply.
Five Iranian Fuel Tankers Entered Venezuela Waters Despite US Ships' Warning
The Maduro government has gotten notice of a shipment from Iran but is not secure based on threat. An Iran leader said the ships were not to be blocked or else.
Post Pandemic Auto Industry Will Change Due to the Coronavirus Crisis
The concept of owning cars has changed and why it is needed. This contagion has forced a reckoning if we need the mobility that was needed before, especially with remote working.
Coronavirus Will Forever Change Business by Eliminating These Three Industries Permanently
All these unforeseen changes are great catalysts that will drive other businesses up, and pull down the three mentioned. Although these three industries are in the verge of closing, there are other options in the post-pandemic world.
US Senate Approves $500B Package for Small Businesses, Hospitals, COVID-19 Testing
The exact budget which has been allocated for the said bill is about $484 billion and is the latest unprecedented effort bu Washington to boost the economy.
6 Must-Read Financial Tips for Young Adults
Starting out as a young adult, making it in this world requires good financial sense.