While our world is vastly different today versus where we were a year ago, there is one thing that is the same — we are still very much talking about the need for our businesses to be sustainable. And no, “sustainability” is not the same thing as “being green.”
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In the midst of income tax season and finalizing your 2020 returns, it is also the time to look ahead and plan for the future.
Now that the election has passed, Joe Biden is president, and Democrats control both houses of Congress, it’s time to update our preelection guidance on critical tax-planning topics.
In order to create an impactful and lasting competitive advantage, organizations need to get clear about their structure and make a pivot toward thinking differently about talent and work altogether.
Family-building benefits are increasingly in demand by employees and catching on as a necessary benefit among small businesses nationwide.
Playing chess is back in vogue now, thanks to the Netflix show The Queen’s Gambit. If you want to win at marketing, you can take some basic chess principles and apply them to your own plans for 2021.
It’s tax season, and if you’re working in the finance or accounting field, managing expectations becomes incredibly important this time of year.
Though health care CFOs still occupy a traditional role in many organizations, the role has significantly expanded in recent years.
When I got to town in the ’70s, the larger-than-life characters downtown included the ethnic restaurateurs — the Gargano brothers (Italian cuisine), Gus Paras (Greek), Nate Balkin (Jewish deli), and Suey Wong (Chinese). You always got the sense that their roots weren’t too far away from the boat that brought them or their parents to the U.S.
We all have stressful times in our lives when it seems like we have more to do than we can possibly get done. Over time, I have found some techniques that help me deal with these situations.