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Common-Sense Business Growth

Note: This blog first appeared on Supportingstrategies.com. By Cheri Giglia You can move forward with confidence when you've got solid financials to fall back on — starting with good bookkeeping and controller services support. Whether you’re planning to add a new line of business, open a new location, or simply upgrade equipment, following these bookkeeping tips will help

2021-06-11T18:43:47+00:00June 11, 2021|Categories: Finances, Guest Blogger, Miscellaneous|

How Long Will Your Legacy Last? by Evan Vladem

Most family fortunes don’t survive to a third generation. Here’s why.   Unlike some quaint adages, the saying “Shirt-sleeves to shirt-sleeves in three generations” seems to have a basis in fact. In “Beating the Midas Curse,” authors Rodney Zeeb and Perry L. Cochell reported that 60 percent of affluent families lose their wealth in the

2021-05-20T14:45:20+00:00May 9, 2021|Categories: Finances, Guest Blogger|

How a Retirement Benefit can be the Secret Weapon for Employee Retention

Today, more than ever, good employees are the lifeblood of successful companies. With the retirement crisis becoming more evident during the global pandemic, unforeseen fluctuations in the economy have forced small business employees to reconsider their priorities – and one constant in discussions has been financial security. Simultaneously, 12 states recently passed legislation to encourage and in

2020-12-03T22:58:12+00:00November 30, 2020|Categories: Finances|

Retirement “The Golden Age” or The stressful age?

Is your retirement income shielded from income taxes and market volatility? How have your wealth-building strategies factored in the loss of capital or income in retirement due to those taxes & volatility? Most people today only focus on now. The problem is they are not looking down the road to when they would like

2020-12-03T22:58:37+00:00September 30, 2020|Categories: Finances|

Selling your home while going through a divorce?

An interview with David Perry, Certified Divorce Real Estate Broker How is your role different when working with couples going through divorce rather than working with other individuals who are not experiencing a separation? Like the profession of a mediator, I am employed by both spouses. In some cases, both are in agreement that

2020-12-03T22:59:01+00:00September 11, 2020|Categories: Finances|

3 Things to Do Now to Recover Stronger

By David Scott Peters www.DavidScottPeters.com Restaurant operators are a resilient group, and I have a lot of hope for you and faith in your ability to get through this pandemic. However, it will take some adjustments because you can’t go back to the way you were doing things because costs will go up and

2020-12-03T22:59:52+00:00July 13, 2020|Categories: Finances|Tags: |

Restaurant Industry Faces a Dramatic Decline Due to COVID – 19

With forced closures due to COVID – 19, the restaurant industry faces a dramatic decline in revenues and an uncertain future. Restaurants and other small businesses must act now to establish a potential business interruption claim. The National Restaurant Association said economic impacts from COVID-19 on restaurants, America’s second-largest private-sector employer, could reach at

2020-12-03T23:01:15+00:00March 30, 2020|Categories: Finances|Tags: |
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