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When you walk into someone's place of business to shop or buy something, what are you expecting? Most people expect someone friendly, someone helpful when you need them, to be served in a timely manner, to be given fair value, to be … more
You might have heard the saying: If you are persistent, you will get it. If you are consistent, you will keep it. This statement describes professional golfer Jordan Spieth to a tee. Spieth was the defending champion of the Masters golf … more
One of my most respected life influencers was Jim Rohn. Considered by many (me included) to have been America's foremost business philosopher, he impacted millions of people with his words of wisdom. Here's a testimonial from someone he … more
Prior to the new Business Corporation Tax Apportionment of Net Income Regulation CT 15-04, all businesses that derive income from multiple states used a three-factor apportionment formula (sales, property and payroll) to determine what amount of … more
Years ago, my father sat me down and gave me what was some of the best advice I have ever received. It had nothing to do with making money, but everything to do with getting ahead in the world. It was self-help advice that really focused on helping … more
The root of your sales success lies in your sales philosophy. How did you develop yours? Mine came from a combination of home environment, books, education, mentors, personal-development programs, personal experience and observations. You … more
Rhode Island recently enacted significant changes to corporate tax requirements that will affect large numbers of companies. Changes include updated guidance related to corporate nexus, combined reporting, single-sales-factor apportionment and … more
Ah, the joys of spring: longer daylight, budding flowers, farm babies and, of course, opening day of our national pastime, baseball. What a thrill to go to the game and "root, root, root for the home team." I've found that a day at the … more
The price of whatever you sell carries with it a discomfort for most salespeople. They're hesitant to bring up the price because it's the final element in completing any transaction – or so they think. Actually, price or fee or rate is a … more
In "Regional Advantage," her classic 1994 explanation of why Silicon Valley became the center of the tech universe and Route 128 outside Boston did not, AnnaLee Saxenian of the University of California at Berkeley argued that a key difference was … more
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