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With attitudes and priorities toward employment evolving in the wake of COVID-19, recruiting and hiring practices need to change in response to an exceedingly tight labor market. The unprecedented labor shortage promises to continue into 2022, so employers must engage in strategic workforce planning to fill their recruiting pipelines.
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Outsourcing your controller or CFO functions provides a solution that allows owners to get real-time feedback and information about your businesses, which enables better decision-making and rapid response to changing marketplace conditions.
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Learn more about how businesses are understanding than the importance of their supply chain and the impact it can have on their operations.
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Managing the data that keeps your business afloat can feel like a job in itself, and when many think of investing in enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, they think of expensive, inaccessible software.
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The labor shortage nationwide has certainly affected business owner’s ability to seek and retain talent, but for business owners in the manufacturing sector the struggle to find and retain talent is especially dire.
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Cost Segregation is a strategy for increasing cash flow and reducing income taxes for commercial & residential property used in a trade or business. The tax benefits of cost segregations can be applied to real estates like hotels, restaurants, office spaces, apartments, auto dealerships, manufacturing, retail centers, and more.
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President Biden Signs $1.2 Trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill

Learn more about the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill recently signed by President Biden.
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An Update On The Construction Industry & COVID-19 – OSCPA

"Overall, I think the results for the industry for 2020 will be quite good. The concern comes as we look forward into 2021" - Doug Houser