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Archive for year: 2018

  • Millennials and Workplace

    Millennials bring a lot to the workplace, but challenges exist for employers We hear many complaints about the millennial generation, about the issues surrounding them when it comes to their work ethics, interests, levels of commitments and many more. However, while we have seen this first hand with a number of this generation, we also have seen issues wi...

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  • How to Decide If the Gig Economy Is For You

    For many, the gig economy is more than just a trendy buzzword phrase. Rather, it’s a way of life that’s bringing additional income and independence to those who have struggled to find work in the past. According to CNN, it’s estimated that gig workers comprise 34 percent of the workforce and that figure is expected to grow to 43 percent by 2020. Is it f...

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  • B-Corp? What’s all the fuss?

    The idea that businesses can be agents for positive change was the spark behind the founding of the Ohio nonprofit, B Lab Inc., and its B Corp certificate program a decade ago. Since then, over 1,700 companies have gone through the process including both large and small corporations. What is a B-Corp? The B stands for benefit and the B Corp certificate is ...

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  • Preliminary Details and Analysis of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

    Courtesy of Tax Foundation Key Findings The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act would reform both individual income and corporate income taxes and would move the United States to a territorial system of business taxation. According to the Tax Foundation’s Taxes and Growth Model, the plan would significantly lower marginal tax rates and the cost of capital, which wo...

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