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.
There’s a chance your goals – and your financial situation – could change in 2020, so it’s a great time to make sure your activities still reflect your aspirations and priorities.
Small businesses need capital to grow, and cash flow is rarely enough to cover the investment that opportunity requires. Microloans offer an ideal balance of accessibility and affordability for small business growth.
The main reasons people quit relate to workplace environment, which means they are under your control. In order to win the war for talent, you first need to understand why people quit and then rethink your people strategies and their unintentional consequences.
Workplaces are going to evolve as new technology takes hold, and the pace of change is likely to become more disruptive than the change itself. And amid this change, we cannot lose sight of what will never change: People are an organization’s greatest asset.
The first thing to understand about home equity is the different ways you can use your home to deliver a cash injection – the two primary ways are a home equity line of credit (HELOC) and a home equity loan, which is often called a second mortgage.
As you anchor positive skills for self-care and implement positive behavior to slow down, reflect and then respond, you will experience a positive impact personally and professionally as you move forward into 2020.
Organizational challenges often have symptoms that don’t readily illuminate the underlying issue. In order to solve the problems truly plaguing your organization, it’s time to do some digging and problem-solving.
Starting soon, new and revised labor and employment laws will take effect for Colorado employers that have the potential to cause significant disruption.