Year-End Business Advice That Goes Beyond Taxes

By Mary Ellen Biery This time of year, many business owners think of their accountant as someone who can help with tax planning – figuring out which deductions they must lock in by year end or which moves can qualify them for needed tax credits. Certainly, accountants can help business owners in those areas, and many business owners are meeting with their accountants to do just that. …read more

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Use These 5 Tips To Align Employees With Your Brand

By Cheryl Conner Would you buy a high-end service from a folksy employee with a Southern accent? Or would you purchase a bargain-brand car from a dealer who was dressed in custom couture? Here’s what the big brands know that your emerging company may be missing: for optimal success your employees must not only be plausible representatives of your brand’s key attributes, but they must exude the company brand. …read more

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The Brave Journalists, Asia Report To End Impunity

By Jon Springer The United Nations made November 2 of this year the first annual International Day to End Impunity for Crimes against Journalists (#EndImpunity on Twitter). The UN, the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ), the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ), Reporters Without Borders (RSF), the International Press Institute (IPI), PEN International (PEN) and many other international organizations published many reports on the day and since about what they mean by impunity and data on how much various countries have been implicated in journalists’ deaths followed by incomplete investigations. …read more

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Why You Should Invest In Angola

By Mfonobong Nsehe Teodoro de Jesus Xavier Poulson, a Member of the Investment Committee of the Fundo Activo de Capital de Risco Angolano speaks to Mfonobong Nsehe about Angola’s economic potential, the business opportunities available in the country, and why investors from all over the world should take notice. …read more

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Father’s Business Entitled To Large Deductions For Promoting Son’s Motocross Activity

By Tony Nitti I’ve got two kids, a five-year old boy and a two-year old girl. The boy smacks himself in the head to amuse his friends. The girl routinely eats sidewalk chalk. Needless to say, at this stage in their development, neither of them seem earmarked for greatness. …read more

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