Reflecting on Busy Season

Well, we made it. Tax season 2018 is officially behind us. Sure, we still have plenty of work to do, but it feels so great… Read More…

Social Media for the “Boring” Professional Service Business

Which of the following statements is true? “Social media is only for companies with products or food to sell, and for bloggers with large followings.”… Read More…

Go Beyond the Data to Get Great Customer Feedback

We live in a time of ‘big data’ and ‘analytics’ that gives us powerful insight into what our customers want. We know what people are… Read More…

3 Tips for Getting Great Employee Feedback

                Get great employee feedback (just don’t use this box). Keep reading! I recently came across a podcast… Read More…

4 Retroactive Energy Tax Breaks Now Accepted by IRS

Retroactive energy tax breaks are now being accepted for 2017 returns. Four additional tax benefits recently renewed retroactively into law can now be claimed on… Read More…

Senate Passes Changes to Dodd-Frank

In a 67-31 vote yesterday, the Senate passed a measure which would make significant changes to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street reform law of 2010. The… Read More…

New Tax Benefit for Private Foundations Could Help Charitable Family Business Owners

A little-explored aspect of The Bipartisan Budget Act, signed into law on February 9, 2018, may be a boon to individuals who want to use… Read More…

5 Steps to Improve Internal Communication In Your Business

At first, it seems counterintuitive that people working in close proximity to one another can’t communicate well, but anyone who has worked in an office… Read More…

IRS To Process Some Retroactive Tax Breaks

Last week we brought to your attention tax extenders made retroactive by the recent bipartisan budget deal. Again, those are tax breaks that had expired… Read More…

New Tax Laws Affect Nonprofits

New tax laws affect nonprofits in numerous ways.   There’s a lot of chatter out there about the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act’s doubling of… Read More…