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10 Reasons Why Every B2B Company Need to Have Contacts of All US Businesses

The United States is a leading country in terms of ease of starting a new business. It has the 6th position among the countries that offer ease of doing business, according to the World Bank’s Doing Business Report 2020. All big enterprises, startups, and SMEs operating in the U.S. also need some services and supplies to run their companies successfully. That is why all national and international businesses have a chance to earn good revenues by providing products and services to such firms.

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Choosing a Stock Broker Online

Choosing the right stockbroker is imperative if you want to be a successful stock trader. There are many different stock brokers to choose from online, so there is no reason to stick with one that doesn´t suit you.

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How to Study for an Economics Exam

Studying for exams is rarely fun. You have a load of pressure on you, and you probably feel insecure about your chances of passing. When you have your next economics exam, it does not need to be a time of uncertainty as you rush to the last minute to study everything. By following the simple tips below, you can enter the exam confident and get the grades you need.

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What Should I Ask a Photo Booth Vendor Before Booking?

One question many people ask when it comes to a photo booth rental is if it is worth the investment. After being in the business for years, we can confidently say, YES. We live in an experience driven culture. Photo booth rentals are a sure way to provide your guests with a fun activity to do the day of and a fun souvenir to look back on, forever.

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How The Pandemic Impacts the Economy and What That Means For Your Personal Finances

A common theme on news networks, in newspapers and magazines, and even in daily conversation since the beginning of the pandemic has been the impact on the economy. From the immediate closure of businesses and companies to the far-reaching impact of rising inflation and slashed international trade rates, no corner of the global economy has been left untouched by the effects of COVID. As many people talk about the different impacts of the pandemic on the economy, it can be hard to understand what the practical implications of these changes will be for you. This guide will demonstrate what each major impact of the pandemic has been on the global economy and how those changes might affect your life and work.

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How Do I Make Smart Money Decisions? Try Cost-Benefit Analysis and Opportunity Cost

How do people make and stick with financial decisions? The idea of weighing certain financial investments to determine which is best might feel overwhelming to many people. Even certain financial teams or planners still struggle with making the smartest fiscal decisions. 

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Accounting for Scarcity: Why We’re Budgeting Resources During the COVID Pandemic

The pandemic has been marked by international shortages and market panics that we typically associate with natural disasters. Across the globe, stores were running out of essentials like toilet paper, canned goods, boxed items, and other non-perishable items. Masks, hand sanitizers, and home cleaners began to cost two to three times more than their usual price. People had their hours cut, were furloughed, or were let go, and even as paychecks shrank the price of rent, food, utilities, and home supplies continued to rise.

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Inflation: How the Pandemic is Changing the Price of Money

The price of money has not stayed the same since it was first invented. This might feel like common sense to you: of course the coins people used to use as currency don’t mean the same as a pound, euro, or dollar bill of today. However, the factors that have contributed to the changing price of money are often far more complicated than people might think. Inflation is a common explanation for changing monetary value thrown around in news headlines, on morning news reports, and in international finance columns across the world, but few people understand what exactly inflation means. Inflation is a big deal, and it’s literally changing the price and value of our money every minute.

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