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EB-5 Immigrant Investor Boot Camp (Mar. 2015)

03.07.2015

On March 5-6, 2015, Jeffrey B. Carr of EPR presented at the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Boot Camp in Orlando, Florida on the role of the economist in developing regional center designation applications and for the filing of I-526 investor petitions.


EPR Presents State Revenue Outlook to Vermont Emergency Board (Jan. 2015)

01.20.2015

Jeff Carr presented the Revised Fiscal 2015-2017 Revenue Outlook for the State of Vermont in Montpelier on Tuesday, January 20th.  The bi-yearly forecast is used by state government to plan policy based on likely state revenues from various taxes and other sources.  Mr. Carr and Economic & Policy Resources is beginning their 24th year in this crucial role in Vermont Government.  Click the link below to read the report:


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EB-5 Investor Magazine’s EB-5 Summit (Jan. 2015)

01.19.2015

On January 17, 2015, Jeffrey Carr of EPR presented at the EB-5 Investor Magazine’s EB-5 Summit Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Mr. Carr presented on “best practices” in economic and job impact studies and EB-5 project business plans.


Panel Presentation: Inaugural Vermont Development Conference (Dec. 2014)

12.04.2014

On November 4, 2014, Jeffrey Carr of EPR participated in a panel discussion of the “Meet the Lenders” panel at Vermont’s First Development Conference held at the Double Tree Conference Center in South Burlington.  Mr. Carr presented an overview of the U.S. and Vermont Economic Outlook for 2015 for attendees.


2014 Tax Seminar (Dec. 2014)

12.04.2014

On December 4, 2014, Jeffrey Carr of EPR presented the 2015 Economic Outlook for the Vermont Economy at the 2014 Annual Vermont Tax Seminar at the Double Tree Conference Center in South Burlington, Vermont.         


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BLS Releases August...

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Consumer Price Index for all urban consumers (CPI-U) increased 0.4 percent in August on a seasonally-adjusted basis.  An increase in the indexes for gasoline and shelter were...


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