December 2016

Monthly Archives

  • 2017 Business Risks

    Hopefully, 2017 will be a year of great prosperity for you and your business. What risks will businesses face in the coming year? CPA Practice Advisor’s managing editor Isaac O’Bannon reports on the findings of a new study examining these risks. “Recent global uncertainties and their potential effects on businesses are top of mind for […]

  • Mileage Rates to Change in 2017

    The IRS has announced mileage rates for 2017, some of which are lower than 2016 rates. Here are some of the details from Journal of Accountancy: For business use of a car, van, pickup truck, or panel truck, the rate for 2017 will be 53.5 cents per mile, down from 54 cents per mile in […]

  • What Type of Networker Are You?

    It’s a common misconception that there’s only one type of networking style. In Jessica Stillman’s recent Inc. article, she explains the three types of networkers: Player: this is the one most people associate with successful networking. They thrive in social situations and enjoy meeting new people. They are outgoing, attending lots of events and cultivating […]

  • Tax Alert: Refund Delays in 2017

    The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has issued a reminder that it will be delaying refunds for taxpayers claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) or the Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC). The delay is meant to give the IRS more time to detect fraudulent tax refunds, which have become a growing problem in recent years. […]

  • Star CEOs: What Sets Them Apart

    There are some prevailing stereotypes associated with successful CEOs. They’re loud and extroverted, with a penchant for self-promotion. While that might be true of some, there’s a lot more to a CEO’s success than those factors. Based on data compiled by Harvard Business Review, the stereotype might not be quite accurate. Using several different evaluation […]