Website When it works properly, it can make your life so much easier; when it doesn’t, the opposite is true. We’re talking, of course, about your garbage disposal. It’s so easy and convenient to put food scraps down the disposal, but when it stops running, it doesn’t take long to experience a backup and a…
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This is where customer loyalty starts—and where your business’s branding efforts should begin. You really can’t begin to communicate effectively without knowing what your customers find valuable. Or to put it another way, why they will pay their hard-earned money to acquire your product or service.
For any company doing business in the digital age, cybersecurity should always be a top priority. Hackers, information thieves and other cybercriminals make it their constant aim to find and target the vulnerabilities of businesses.
Spring is — finally! — in the air. Which means it’s spring-cleaning time, for your pipes and plumbing as well as for your living-room.
As your parents begin to settle into their final phase of life, their health, residence, and finances could become a factor in your retirement planning. This is especially true if you are the person your parents have tasked with settling their estates.
With new technology, comes a new generation of scams. Before, a dishonest tradesperson hoping to separate a vulnerable person from their cash might offer dire predictions based on their opinion. Now, it’s possible to fake up the evidence, too.
Today, companies function at a level more streamlined and integrated than ever before. As a result, a company’s IT department bears responsibility for securing the company’s most sensitive information, from company records to client financials. Having access to the right Chief Information Officer can help your business mitigate risks while improving your bottom line.
“Updating the Definition of Collections” modifies the term collections and requires that a collection-holding entity disclose its policy for the use of proceeds from when collections are deaccessioned.
The U.S. Department of the Treasury issued its second set of regulations related to the qualified opportunity zones tax incentives. This set of incentives provides additional guidance and introduces more flexibility in structuring business arrangements to satisfy the QOZ regulations.
A faucet that leaks or drips constantly may seem like little more than an annoyance—something to put on your “honey-do” list and deal with it sometime.