Since the pandemic began, disruptions in business activity have varied greatly from region to region, and often from one week to the next, according to the severity of local COVID-19 outbreaks. Unfortunately, many of the official government statistics used to gauge the health of the U.S. economy are backward looking and somewhat delayed.Continue reading “High-Frequency Indicators: Where to Look for Signs of Recovery”
Exploring the world sounds fun and exciting, but it can be expensive to travel. However, there are ways to experience the trip of your dreams on a budget. Follow these money-saving tips when planning your next vacation to help make it more affordable.Continue reading “Ten Money-Saving Travel Tips”
Americans insure their health, their homes, their cars, and their lives, so why not their vacations? A study conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates found that only 21% of respondents had ever purchased some type of travel insurance and only 7% said they purchase it regularly. Considering the wide array of product offerings and coverage options, this relatively unknown and underutilized market segment may be more useful than it appears.