Category: Business & Tax

5 Business Risks Your Company Should Plan For

It’s no surprise that COVID-19 has severely affected the business community among many others. While there have been major recessions (e.g. the financial crisis of 2007-2008), this pandemic has been the most crippling to date. The impact has been wide-ranging; some companies were more prepared for drastic changes like indefinite remote work, while others have […]

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Turning data into information you can use

By Andrea Dunathan of Dunathan Consulting In a recent conversation with a fellow consultant (Cathy Bamji of https://www.liferoading.com/), Cathy used a phrase that stuck with me: turning data into information. It’s surprisingly easy for businesses to accumulate data of all sorts: customer contact data website analytics data financial data employee engagement data and so on […]

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Paying Your Tax Bill Online

Paying Your Tax Bill Online Most taxpayers are probably used to receiving their tax bill and cutting a check to the IRS and state taxing authorities. For those that don’t know, there are now many ways to pay your individual taxes online. This includes estimated tax payments throughout the year, your balance due at filing, […]

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Business Tax Law Changes

With the new tax law comes many changes that will impact businesses in 2018 and beyond. The following is far from a comprehensive list of changes. But it may help to identify some changes that you may need to look further into and consult your tax adviser on: C Corporation Tax Rate: Beginning in 2018, […]

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Individual Tax Law Changes

With the new tax law comes many changes that will impact individuals in 2018 and beyond. The following is far from a comprehensive list of changes. But as we head into the end of the year and the first filing season under the new laws, the following list will help to identify some changes that […]

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Attracting the New Generation of Workers – Fun & Flexibility is No Longer Enough

If you read business magazines or newsletters, you probably can’t go a week without seeing an article on how to attract and retain Millennials and Generation Z. Most of these articles have a list something along the lines of the following: Offer flexibility for how and when people work (telecommuting, increased paid time off) Relaxed […]

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