How Making Time for Books Made Me Feel Less Busy

How Making Time for Books Made Me Feel Less Busy Six months ago, I found myself drowning in a flood of easy information. The internet—and all the lovely things on it, things like Wikipedia, Twitter, podcasts, the New Yorker, email, TED Talks, Facebook, Youtube, Buzzfeed occasionally, and yes, even the Harvard Business Review—provide unlimited sources […]

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Enterprise Resource Planning: 5 Benefits of ERP For Your Business

Enterprise Resource Planning: 5 Benefits of ERP For Your Business June 14, 2019 Comments Articles Enterprise resource planning (ERP) doesn’t come cheap. For example, businesses can pay anywhere between $150,000 and $10 million for implementation alone! Then there the costs of database management, infrastructure updates and ongoing ERP-related expenses to cover as well. Clearly, an […]

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Final HRA rules permit integration with individual health insurance

Final HRA rules permit integration with individual health insurance The Departments of the Treasury, Labor, and Health and Human Services (the Departments) jointly issued final regulations governing health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs) (T.D. 9867). The final regulations allow integration of HRAs with individual health insurance coverage (or Medicare), if certain conditions are satisfied. The rules also […]

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Final rules govern GILTI, Subpart F income, and foreign tax credits

Final rules govern GILTI, Subpart F income, and foreign tax credits The IRS on Friday issued guidance on Sec. 951, Subpart F income; Sec. 951A, global intangible low-taxed income (GILTI) inclusion; Sec. 1502, consolidated return rules; and Sec. 6038, certain reporting requirements (T.D. 9866). The IRS also finalized foreign tax credit rules issue in December […]

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