Nobody wants to serve on a board if they can’t contribute or make a significant difference. Life is too short, and the most successful people are too busy running their own companies or working in a senior management position to waste time on something that doesn’t utilize their skills. Look for these three things before committing.
Through a new collection of laws designed to reward energy efficiency, limit greenhouse gas emissions and support the expansion of community solar gardens, Colorado is poised to take a leadership position on the national solar stage.
You may be wondering what you should continue to do, what you should quit doing and what new trends you should adopt to ensure a competitive workplace. In making your decisions, remember that people are your north star and you’ll be headed in the right direction.
When you create an estate plan, there are many considerations to take into account. Among these considerations is whether you need a will or a trust.
What’s a scrappy, innovative entrepreneur meant to do when they have to stay lean while budgeting for one of the most notoriously exasperating business expenses -- legal? Risk is absolutely inherent to growth, and as such, legal counsel is a non-negotiable aspect of any successful business.
Learning to negotiate takes practice. Don’t expect yourself to become a pro overnight. After all, even the best negotiators need time to hone their skills.
Our analysis for determining the right strategy for clients considers the following factors: 1) break-even analysis, 2) portfolio withdrawal needs, 3) earnings test and 4) planning for married couples. For this article, we will be focusing on break-even analysis.
Too many good companies are held back by not knowing when to focus on branding and when to focus on marketing. Know when to double down on branding, double down on marketing and where the two overlap.
We are all working toward an end-of-business ownership event, whether it's an external sale, an internal succession or a transition to your family through an estate plan. Whichever path you hope to take, the change will arrive someday. Knowing this, it's vital to have a strategy in place.
Evaluating income tax rates, the ability to pay taxes on the conversion with non-IRA assets, estate tax, minimum distribution requirements and additional income tax considerations.
When leaders have no governing principles (e.g., values, vision and strategy), decision-making is random, and chaos ensues.
As you prepare for the next chapter in your life that includes Medicare, it’s important to learn about your options, costs, and benefits so you can feel confident in the decisions you make.