Traders who have spent their careers at the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) will be happy to hear that the Trump administration has granted them some very big incentives.
Starting today, Customs and Trade Protection (CTP) will provide up to $5,000 for every $100 in sales in the US.
The $5 million figure is an increase from the $4,000 per dollar in 2016.
And the money goes towards Customs and Licensing, a program that allows US citizens and permanent residents to apply for and get a “permanent resident” status for their US citizenship.
The program has allowed the government to increase the number of US citizens who can legally live and work in the country and increase the level of scrutiny they need to face when crossing the border.
For example, a permanent resident can now receive a green card with only $1,000 in spending requirements.
It also allows them to obtain a work visa in lieu of a greencard, making it easier for them to live and live abroad.
This is in addition to the $1 million annual cap on travel to the US for business travelers.
And that’s just the start of the incentives the administration will give out for foreign nationals and temporary residents who purchase goods or services at the CBP’s retail outlets.
For example, the government will give them a $500 tax credit for purchases made in the United States.
This isn’t the first time that the CBPA has been used to help businesses in the past.
For years, businesses have been given $10,000 incentives for buying products at a CBP outlet.
The government also has made a special $5 per item tax credit available for people who buy items at a retail outlet.
But it seems like there is a trend of using the CBSA to help small businesses.
In fact, the CBPS recently offered $25,000 worth of incentives for new businesses, as well as a $2,000 cash bonus for those who open a new business in 2019.