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September 17, 2020
tax, government, business
Peter C. Earle

New Jersey’s Transaction Tax Grab

“The way in which political figures view financial markets are a litmus test for their overall understanding of economics.” ~ Peter C. Earle

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Robert Hughes

Single-Family Housing Permits Hit a Multi-Year High

“Single-family housing is becoming one of the strongest areas of the economy, supported by low mortgage rates and rising demand as urbanites transition to less dense housing.” – Robert Hughes

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Robert Hughes

Total Unemployment Benefits Recipients Remain Near 30 Million

“The number of unemployment benefits recipients remains very high, suggesting a slow labor market recovery and uncertain path for economic growth.” – Robert Hughes

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coffee
Art Carden

What’s the Right Mix of Money and Drugs for Your Employees?

“There isn’t a ‘right’ combination of wages, benefits, and other perquisites, and the pattern of things that ‘work’ for people is not planned by a central authority. It emerges from trial and error in the market.” ~ Art Carden

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Amelia Janaskie

South Dakota: America’s Sweden

“Under the leadership of South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, the Great Plains state has effected a fortress of liberty and hope protected from the grasps of overbearing politicians. And interestingly enough, South Dakota policies echo many of the same values and approaches as Sweden, and both have uncoincidentally experienced positive outcomes.” ~ Amelia Janaskie

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