Go to Top

Blog Archives

Tag Archives: Other

A Standoff, But Not A Standstill

The incoming 116th Congress will probably feature a legislative standoff between House Democrats and Senate Republicans, but that does not mean it will be quiet – or that nothing important will come out of the Capitol for the next two years.
Read More

Winding Up A Business

Letting go can be hard to do, whether you’re a parent watching a child head off to college or an entrepreneur planning to wind up a business. But preparation can make a hard process a little bit easier.
Read More

Serving On A Nonprofit Board

My personal experience serving on the board of a nonprofit organization for the past few years has been both challenging and rewarding. I am proud of the work I have done, but I know firsthand that serving on the board of a nonprofit organization is not a decision to make lightly.
Read More

Lessons From The Nashville Flood Of 2010

Singer David Allan Coe famously said that the perfect country song had to contain “Mama, or trains, or trucks, or prison, or gettin’ drunk.” Songwriter Steve Goodman obligingly added a verse containing all five to “You Never Even Called Me By My Name.” The song’s popularity demonstrates that country fans have a sense of humor about the disasters that fill the lyrics of some of the genre’s most famous songs.

But the misery of the home of country music, Nashville, Tennessee, in 2010 was all too real.
Read More

Form 5500: What Happens When You Hit 100 Participants?

Hitting your 100th employee may be a milestone worth celebrating, but save a piece of cake for the Labor Department and the Internal Revenue Service, who will also be eager to hear about the new chapter in your company’s life cycle.
Read More