To prepare for open enrollment, group health plan sponsors should be aware of the legal changes affecting the design and administration of their plans for plan years beginning on or after Jan. 1, 2019. Employers should review their plan documents… Read more→
Do the people you work with, hang out with, live with, trust you? Why should they? This article discusses Stephen M. R. Covey’s book The Speed of Trust and these four elements that create the core of trust:
Maintaining strong data security practices and emphasizing employee awareness of cyber threats is an essential part of doing business today even for small businesses.
The market’s recent volatility has caused anxiety in many investors. While the sudden onset of volatility is unsettling, it’s certainly not unexpected. To help allay your concerns, we’d like to share our perspective on the reasons for the recent market… Read more→
On Jan. 22, 2018, President Donald Trump signed into law a short-term continuing spending resolution to end the government shutdown and continue funding through Feb. 8, 2018. The continuing resolution impacts three taxes and fees under the Affordable Care Act… Read more→
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is signed, which brings about a lot of questions surrounding future tax planning and the immediate impact on corporate taxes. In this whitepaper, Karen Snodgrass, CPA, Principal of Cray, Kaiser Ltd covers: The differences… Read more→
Owning a business can strech a person quite thin. On top of your daily responsibilities, you want to expand your company through networking or new innovative ideas, but where do you start? Stephen Ball, SVP of Business Banking at MB… Read more→