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6/13/2018

Understanding candidates' motivations and carefully crafting job descriptions can give employers an advantage in recruiting, says Sarah Dobek, founder and president of Inovautus Consulting.

6/13/2018

More than one-third of finance decision-makers have moderate or significant concerns about potential trade conflicts between the US and major economic partners, according to a survey of US business and industry leaders.

6/13/2018

The new tax law has made changes to taxation of tax-exempt organizations, including to the unrelated business income tax. Here's a look at those changes and their implications for state taxes.

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6/13/2018

Knowing how to identify and respond to your emotions, and those of co-workers, can give you an edge in the workplace. Learn ways to improve your emotional intelligence.

6/13/2018

Microsoft has introduced custom functions in Excel that use JavaScript. Here are some tips for creating and using these features.

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6/13/2018

Looking at Form 1040 can tell you a lot about clients, including whether their investments and charitable contributions are tax-efficient. Learn about a few of the many valuable planning opportunities you can uncover when reviewing a client's tax forms.

6/13/2018

Figuring out what clients want can be a challenge for any CPA firm. But if you are diligent in seeking feedback and take time to listen, you'll discover more opportunities to provide revenue-producing services.

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6/13/2018

Salis has served as CFO at GBST.

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6/13/2018

California costume designer Frank Cazares has made a wedding dress using nothing but 53 rolls of toilet paper, glue, tape and a needle and thread. The dress is a finalist in the 2018 Toilet Paper Wedding Dress Contest, and it and nine other finalists will be featured in a fashion show June 20 in New York City.

6/12/2018

Even if you are not the most extroverted person in the office, you still have the ability to network effectively. If you have a positive attitude and are willing to practice, following these tips can help you make connections effectively.

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