Logistics Brief

  July/August 2016

Be Visible featuring Katelyn Kogan

   October 10, 2016

Hear what Katelyn Kogan has to say about how she gets through the long hours of busy season and how the […]

The Paris Agreement on Climate and Emissions Control

   August 4, 2016

The Paris Agreement is historical because it has garnered almost universal support: 195 countries are now members of UNFCCC, and 175 countries signed it on April 22, 2016. However, there is widespread disappointment over the agreement, because it is less ambitious than the Kyoto Protocol that was signed following COP3 in 1997.

Data Management: Crucial to Provider Groups and their Patients

   August 4, 2016

Success in the brave new world of value-based reimbursement, emphasizing quality outcomes and cost, requires that all providers, big and small, integrate the use of data into routine processes.

Navigating Hotel Taxes and Fees in New York State

   August 4, 2016

The landscape of sales tax and occupancy taxes for hotel operators operating in New York State is a complicated structure in that it requires hotel operators to collect various tax levies. This article discusses some of the most common sales and occupancy taxes that must be collected by hotel operators doing business in New York.

Occupational Fraud: There’s a good chance you are a victim. What are you going to do about it?

   August 4, 2016

It is commonly said there are two certainties in life – death and taxes. However, given the current business environment, all business and accounting professionals should consider one more: fraud.

There Is No Such Thing As A (Tax) Free Lunch!

   August 4, 2016

One such benefit that is often overlooked, but over time can lead to significant savings, is the use of an organization’s sales tax exemption while conducting business over meals. Organizations should be taking advantage of this, as sales tax can add up quickly, diverting much needed funds that could potentially be used for charitable purposes.