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Office 365: Ready, Set, Go!: Developing Your Strategy - 2/19/2018 -
Office 365 is a very comprehensive suite of applications that can impact virtually every aspect of your business. The depth and breadth of tools provided can play a substantial role in transforming your business processes to digital. In order to...
Payments Fraud: Detect & Prevent Check, ACH & P-Card Schemes - 2/19/2018 -
Until recently, paying vendors was a simple matter of processing an invoice and issuing a check. No longer. Ongoing advances in technology, credit card, debit card, and ACH require advanced payment techniques. With that trend, unfortunately, are...
Red Collar Crime: When Clients, Staff & CPAs Turn Violent - 2/19/2018 -
No one thinks that a coworker, fellow partner or client, would be violent, but it does happen. Usually when their fraud is about to be exposed. Most accountants and CPAs don't know that a few of their own are killed or harmed every year. This...
Self-Rental Passive Activity: When Does it Exist & How Do You Report It - 2/19/2018 -
This program presents a detailed analysis of the self-rental passive activity rules, including forms reporting examples. This course qualifies for PTIN credit. This event may be a rebroadcast of a live event and the instructor will be available...
Self-Employment Tax Issues & Planning for Home Builders - 2/20/2018 -
We explore the self-employment tax rules and their application specifically to home builders. In addition, we cover recent developments and planning opportunities to minimize self-employment tax.
Better Performance Plans: Think Like An Economist - 2/20/2018 -
Interested in learning how performance plans can lead to strong performance results? Curious as to why so many well-intended and scrupulously designed performance incentive systems disappoint or even backfire? This session explores how to use the...
Heartfelt Leadership: How Ethical Leaders Build Trusting Organizations - 2/20/2018 -
Leaders provide the culture, environment, values and incentives that foster and encourage change. Most importantly, great leaders create environments of trust which allow employees to challenge, innovate and work as teams. In a rapidly change...
Leaders Eat Last: The Characteristics of Great Leaders - 2/20/2018 -
If a great leader is someone we are willing to sacrifice for - what do those leaders do that makes us want to do more? Many of us work in dysfunctional organizations that want followers, but have no leaders that lead. What makes a leader...
Pricing for Profitability: How Finance Can Save The Bottom Line - 2/20/2018 -
Much has been written recently about value pricing with some authors implying that understanding your product's value is the most important and perhaps only requirement for superior profitability. While every company should understand product...
The Trustworthy Leader: Ethics and Trust - 2/20/2018 -
Ethics and Trust Trustworthiness and a commitment to ethical behavior are two sides of the same coin! We do not trust people who behave unethically and we must be significantly more cautious in dealing with people whom we do not trust. Research...