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2019 is Almost Over — It’s Time for Your End of the Year Tax Checkup

We know, we know — just where has 2019 gone? We're less than two months away from the start of 2020, and as we enter the home stretch into Thanksgiving and then the holiday season, there's one thing looming in early 2020 that's an afterthought now but will be relevant before we know it: taxes. Yes, tax season is just weeks away, and being that this will be the second year of filing after the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act was passed around Christmas 2017, hopefully you learned from what went wrong and/or what went right last year when you ...Continue reading

Are the U.S. And China REALLY Considering Rolling Back Tariffs?

The situation between US and China continues to change day by day. On Thursday, it was reported that a rollback of tariffs between the United States and China had been proposed as part of a phase one deal. However, this trade agreement has not yet been completed, and some speculate that the arrangements may be going back to stage one. The stock market remains tumultuous in the wave of this erratic news. Just days later, Trump disputed reports that his administration was considering halting the trade war with America's eastern rival. Is an end to this long feud finally coming ...Continue reading

Don’t Carry These 5 Items in Your Wallet

Over the course of the last few weeks, we've talked about trends in e-commerce credit card hacking and other ways to ensure you're staying safe this holiday season when making any online purchases. In this post, we'll switch things up a bit to discuss a different — yet equally important — aspect of credit card fraud and identity theft, albeit from a physical and not a digital standpoint. Obviously, when Americans leave the home — whether it's for work, to run an errand, attend a church service, whatever — they need to take certain things with them. Among the most ...Continue reading

Supermarkets Are Now Building “Dark Stores”

Rising online orders are leading to the propagation of something called "dark stores." These are grocery stores that are designed specifically for the warehousing and distribution of products for online orders. These stores are "dark" because they aren't open to customers. They're only designed to support the growing need for online delivery. Are these "dark stores" taking over the brick-and-mortar shopping experience? Let's take a closer look and find out. Online Delivery is on the Rise Shipt, Instacart, and Amazon Now — premium grocery delivery services are on the rise. Only about 5% of shoppers are currently using online shopping, ...Continue reading

McDonald’s Adjusts to Abrupt CEO Change

The McDonald's CEO is out, and that's raised a lot of questions. Over the weekend, McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook lost his job — though he does get six months of his pay as severance. The cause? A consensual relationship with a coworker. This could be a radical new path for one of America's most globally-recognized franchises. Should consumers expect a different direction for the fast food empire? Let's take a look at what happened first, and then go on from there. The World of the CEO is Changing Not too long ago, it was commonplace for CEOs and upper management ...Continue reading

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