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Consumer and business spending appear to be rebounding. Many experts believe a new economy is unfolding—a business environment where inventories and spending patterns will remain lean, and where even greater agility will be a requisite for success. Organizations that remain unaltered and wait passively for the previous economy to return may find themselves losing ground. As they plan for new economic realities, organizations will look for ways to: • Maintain tight staffing levels • Control expenses • Reassess employee benefits and perquisites • Reduce risk • Conserve capital This white paper provides background information and cost examples to help business leaders understand how various business vehicle options impact costs, corporate agility, talent management and capital allocation. With a potential bottom line impact ranging up to 30% for many organizations, executives may find it worthwhile to re-examine their current business vehicle strategies.