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Jobless funds drying up: What now?


April 20, 2012 by Bob Hill

The economy may be bouncing back, but the unemployment rate is still lagging behind. With a lot of state and federal funds running low, what’s next?  More…

The step that will add 5% to your bottom line in 2012


February 1, 2012 by Jennifer Azara

What if your company could add 5% to its bottom line this year?  Don’t look to Sales or Marketing for this one — turn an eye to Finance. More…

Alan Greenspan: ‘Worry about inflation’


January 11, 2012 by Bob Hill

In a recent interview with Charlie Rose, the ex-Fed chairman expressed deep concern about the economic state of the U.S.  More…

Why growth plans could expose you to antitrust troubles


January 9, 2012 by Jennifer Azara

Driving new revenue is assuming a top spot on 2012 priority lists for your peers of all sizes and in most industries. But what if the moves certain departments make to help grow your business unknowingly expose your company to some expensive problems?   More…

Keep a key finance department from being derailed during the holidays


December 2, 2011 by Jennifer Azara

Sounds easy enough: A bill comes in, your company checks it and pays it. Right? Not quite. More…

The workplace injury that cost employer $135K


August 22, 2011 by Jennifer Azara

This employer was set back $135,000 by something many of your employees are doing right this instant.  More…

The warning signs of a double-dip recession?


August 17, 2011 by Bob Hill

Four years ago, the signs of an imminent recession came barreling over the horizon. Having seen them once, are we about to enter the same situation again?  More…

Your supplier offers you a discount … should you take it?


June 21, 2011 by Jennifer Azara

It’s not always financially smart to jump on every discount offered by suppliers, but does your finance staff understand that? More…

The biggest barrier to improved financial performance?


May 20, 2011 by Valerie Helmbreck

What’s the greatest barrier your finance team faces? Ask them and you’re likely to see a finger pointed in one direction:

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New flight rules if you get bumped


May 3, 2011 by Bob Hill

For starters, you can now collect a lot more. More…

The top 10 traits of millionaires


April 5, 2011 by Bob Hill

How many of these traits do you possess?  More…

Tax exemptions that are hiding in plain sight


March 18, 2011 by Bob Hill

As tax time draws near, you’ll want to be aware of these five exemptions that a ton of taxpayers are eligible for:  More…

3 areas where the Recovery Act helps small business


March 17, 2011 by Bob Hill

A new study reveals more than 80% of small business owners feel the stimulus bill was designed to aid major corporations, with the excepti0n of three specific areas.  More…

How low did you go? Why inventory levels are worth a new look


March 11, 2011 by Jennifer Azara

Scaled back your inventory levels during the recession? Well done. Here’s why it could end up costing you now. More…

72% of employees say they’ll steal this when they leave


January 26, 2011 by Jennifer Azara

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Forget the gold watch or even the golden parachute! Seems most employees saying “see ya” to your company plan to take something much more valuable with them. More…

Beware! Credit card companies switch tactics


December 28, 2010 by Bob Hill

Consumer spending is on the rise again, and so are the shifty introductory rates credit card companies offer to suck you dry.  More…

Make the most of these 5 new tax breaks for 2011


November 17, 2010 by Bob Hill

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Now’s the time to start prepping if you want to take advantage of the new rules for next year.   More…

Quick! 2 major tax breaks to take — now


November 3, 2010 by Bob Hill

You may be entitled to some major refunds on your 2011 tax return, but only if you take action before the end of 2010.  More…

5 traits of the wealthy and wise


November 2, 2010 by Bob Hill

What do most self-made millionaires have in common? These five characteristics, for starters:  More…

Plan on hand-holding buyers still wary of the economy


November 1, 2010 by Bob Hill

Almost two-thirds of Americans believe a “double-dip” recession is imminent. And that’s not nearly all, according to a recent survey.  More…


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