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I've always considered myself quite bold when it comes to business and risk-taking. I can live with failing a few times, knowing that I will eventually be successful because I am determined to be. I've found a like-minded colleague in … more
Even if your company has outside professionals managing your retirement plan, one or more company employees may have legal liabilities for the plan. In a number of cases I have come across, employees are completely unaware of this "fiduciary" … more
Everyone wants to hire the BEST person for the job. I do, too. Here's a concept: Hire an athlete. It may help you as an employer make the right choice, or at least a better choice. And it's a reality check if you're an individual striving … more
The famed aerialist the Great Zumbrati once walked a shaky tightrope across Niagara Falls despite a gusty wind that almost caused him to lose his footing. He was very relieved to have made it safely across. Waiting for him on the other side was a … more
You want the deal badly. You need the business. You suspect that your price is too high to begin with. So what do you do? You lower your price rather than negotiate. Most salespeople are afraid to stand by their price structure … more
While an IRC Section 338(h)(10) election to purchase an incorporated business can offer the buyer many advantages, there are some issues that may make it problematic for a seller. When analyzing whether to take an election, an eligible … more
Last month, we discussed the fun geeks were having with the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta’s GDPNow. more
The Benjamin Franklin Close (also known as "The Balance Sheet Close") is one of the classic old-time sales tactics used to close a sale. Never heard of it? Shame on you – not enough sales training. The scenario is this: You've made your … more
On May 18, the U.S. Department of Labor issued long-awaited regulations regarding the "white collar" overtime exemptions. The Fair Labor Standards Act introduced the 40-hour workweek in 1938 and requires overtime pay for most private-sector … more
There are motivational writers and motivational speakers, and then there's John Maxwell. He has been called America's No. 1 leadership authority by the American Management Association, and has won the Mother Teresa Prize for Global Peace and … more
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