I think it’s fair to say that many of us don’t have a full command for all aspects of the Affordable Care Act. I’m certainly not going to clear it all up in one blog post, yet, perhaps the most common question I am asked is “How are penalties determined?… Read more >
I’m old school, typically preferring verbal communication to email yet I have a suspicion that email may be around for a while. According to this article on Time Business & Money only 20 to 40% of email communications actually get opened. Perhaps that shouldn’t come as a surprise – battling email in-boxes has become an ever-increasing challenge – yet I can still remember the day when I never had an unread/un-replied email.… Read more >
We all go into business with grand expectations – often times in partnership with others. A key yet often overlooked concern is planning for a smooth transition in the event an owner leaves the business – eventually we all do – for whatever the reason.… Read more >
A great article was recently published in the New York Times
regarding business valuation.
Do You Know What Your Business Is Worth? You Should!
Published: Friday, 1 Feb 2013 | 11:23 AM ET
By: Mark Cohen, The New York Times
At 53, Joe Ritz is old enough to remember a time when many of the classic cars that now pull into his specialized repair shop were new.
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