The use of water is ingrained in all facets of the U.S. manufacturing and distribution sector – from utilities to food and beverage, consumer products, agriculture and more. Difficulties with this crucial resource can have a significant impact on a business’s current and future operations and financial results.
To best maximize profits, management must know which customers are profitable, contribute to overhead or generate losses. Firms that can identify these customers are better able to maximize profits by retaining profitable accounts and improving on others.
States have become increasingly aggressive in enforcing their tax codes as they seek to increase revenue and close budget shortfalls. As competition across sectors increases, it is more crucial than ever to consider the importance of multistate nexus issues in order to protect narrowing profit margins, prevent noncompliance and be fully prepared for your business’s tax burden.
When a taxpayer, or their accountant, evaluates their tax standing, an important piece to consider is the use and maximization of tax credits. Learn more about this year’s changes!
Recently, New York State enacted changes to the widely popular Brownfield Clean-Up Program (BCP). Although relatively modest, the amendments are important to anyone seeking to redevelop sites in New York.
Many food & beverage industry professionals express the struggle of finding internal software solutions. They need accurate information quickly to keep up with changes and stay competitive and profitable. They want to be proactive, not reactive. Unfortunately, companies often have software applications that are poorly integrated and maintaining important data on manual schedules.