June 2016

Monthly Archives

  • Cybercriminals Shift Their Tactics

    As we build greater protections against cyberattacks, criminals find ways to adapt. They adjust their strategies to stay ahead of the law and avoid detection. Their newest tactic is to send individually targeted emails – they aren’t as easy to catch as those that flood email servers by the hundreds. The attacks are not as […]

  • What to Expect from the PATH Act

    Have you sat down with your CPA to discuss the tax provisions resulting from the passage of the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act in 2015? This includes many business deductions that had expired, and it extends others until 2019. The PATH Act contains over 100 tax provisions, so your CPA will be able […]

  • Employee vs. Independent Contractor: Do You Know the Difference?

    Whether your workers are considered employees or independent contractors will carry significant legal ramifications. With respect to the IRS, ACA (Affordable Care Act), and Department of Labor, it is necessary that you classify your workers accurately. Why it matters Business owners with 50 or more full-time employees have responsibilities under the ACA to offer insurance, […]

  • Lessons in Leadership: Active Listening

    Are you getting the most out of your interactions with others? Are you hearing what’s being said, or just preparing your response as the other person speaks? Active listening creates an environment that invites an open exchange of ideas. However, we need to cultivate skills for the most effective listening and lead by example in […]