No industry has faced greater recent change and evolution than the media industry. This interview discusses the industry’s current risk factors, opportunities and takeaways as well as upcoming trends.
While development plans vary, the most effective plans focus on core business strengths, clients and contacts.
As technology advances and the professional landscape continue to evolve, the use of a home office is increasingly common. The U.S. Census Bureau has reported that over 50% of all U.S. businesses now operate primarily from someone’s home.
Implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is upon us. To date, the most visible effect is neither the promised decrease in medical costs nor the promised increase in healthcare quality, but rather the increasing frustration of healthcare payers, providers, and consumers.
In 1913, when the original U.S. tax system was revamped and the federal income tax re-imposed, it included a deduction for all interest paid. While personal interest (interest on personal loans and credit cards) was originally deductible, today’s interest deduction is limited to investment interest expense and home mortgage interest.
In the current not-for-profit environment, with revenues tight, expenses increasing, and more “competition” from other service providers, not-for-profit organizations must be focused and effective.