Business Articles

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March 16, 2012 – 1,115 views
Financial statements are a primary document used by businesses to determine success and account for money flowing in and out of the organization's accounts. Full Story 
March 13, 2012 – 1,123 views
Lydia Ramsey
Do you want to grow your business this year, attract more customers, keep your current ones and increase your bottom line? If you answered "yes" to any of those, here are my top ten business etiquette recommendations for you. Full Story 
March 8, 2012 – 993 views
Implementing strategic practices to increase the likelihood of fraud detection can benefit a business. Full Story 
March 6, 2012 – 1,178 views
Bruce Munro
Appreciation is a fundamental human emotional need, in the work environment it is a necessary requirement - employees respond positively to appreciation expressed through recognition of their work because it confirms their work is valued. When employees and their contributions are valued, their satisfaction rises, which in turn tends to lead to increases in individual productivity. The satisfaction they experience can become a platform from which the employee can sustain or continue to improve their good work. Full Story 
February 28, 2012 – 1,185 views
David H Ringstrom CPA
Microsoft announced that the next version of its flagship productivity suite has entered the "technical preview" phase of its development cycle. This program allows Microsoft customers to test and provide feedback on what's currently known as Office 15. Full Story 
February 21, 2012 – 1,264 views
David H. Ringstrom CPA
Excel 2007 and 2010 users often overlook the useful Table feature, which can streamline data analysis. This feature is a major overhaul of the List feature that has long lurked on the Data menu of earlier versions of Excel. In this article, I'll introduce you to the Table feature and demonstrate several ways it can help you work faster in Excel. Full Story 
February 14, 2012 – 1,080 views
Ms. Faye Cohen , Esquire - Law Office of Faye Riva Cohen, P.C.
I suspect what has happened to make the law so complicated is that more and more laws, rules, regulations, etc. (referred to in this article as “laws”) have been, and continue to be, added daily by every governmental entity, as it is easier to create new laws then thoroughly examine or repeal existing laws. This is much like the process when Presidential candidates pledge on the campaign trail that if elected, they will eliminate or consolidate government departments and cabinet positions. This rarely happens because of the enormity of the task, the power struggles between the various departments, and because the Federal government not good at laying off personnel (or balancing budgets). Full Story 
February 7, 2012 – 1,133 views
Judy Lindenberger
In my practice as a human resources consultant, I see a steady parade of bosses who fear performance evaluations, so they avoid giving feedback. They dread the emotional part—the possibility of making their colleagues unhappy or causing outbursts. When they do give feedback, they send the wrong message by emphasizing only poor performance. Or they deliver messages in the wrong settings—in front of coworkers, or through e-mail or notes. Learn how to make giving performance feedback count. Full Story