A Burning Out Consumer?

July 15, 2024

In the summer, conversations with friends and acquaintances often lead to the topic of travel plans. With schools on break and the days warmer and longer, many families opt to hit the highways or the tarmac in the summer months.…

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A Storm Is Brewing

July 8, 2024

Last Tuesday, Hurricane Beryl made landfall on Grenada’s Carriacou Island in the Caribbean as a Category 5 storm. This event marks the earliest recorded Category 5 hurricane to develop in the Atlantic, signaling a very early start to the hurricane…

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The Value of the Roll: Equity Rollovers in Business Sales

July 1, 2024

Selling a business is a challenging decision. Often, the seller is so committed to their business that they would like to continue to benefit from growth after the sale. There is a solution: an equity rollover. An equity rollover occurs…

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China from the Inside

June 24, 2024

The following “Weekly” has been contributed by a Chinese citizen living in Shanghai. We are keeping the name of the author anonymous. “China is a large country with a long history and many people.” This sentence succinctly summarizes Chinese society.…

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Fertility Rates, Immigration Policy, and the Have-Nots

June 17, 2024

Demographic trends in the industrial parts of the developed world are fascinating to follow. Several factors contribute to a country’s ability to grow and expand its GDP, including the availability of health, housing, education, and leisure resources. Historically, a major…

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