Tune in for Justin’s intimate conversation with Bill Thomason, recently retired President/CEO of Keeneland, Thoroughbred racetrack and auction house which sits at the epicenter of the Horse Capital of the World. Bill discusses the importance of leadership humility and succession planning as he hands over the reins to the next President/CEO.
In this article, we will compare various ways to process customer payments in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.
The latest COVID-19 relief package passed by Congress has provided additional funding for healthcare providers. The package, titled the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 (the Act), also included a new paycheck protection program and many other relief packages and tax changes. This article discusses the key components for provider relief funds (PRF).
The Consolidated Appropriations Act 2021 (the Act), passed by Congress on December 21, 2020 and signed by President Trump on December 27, 2020, provides long awaited additional COVID-19 relief. Below are some highlights of the Act impacting nonprofits.
Host Justin Hubbard and special guest Tollie Miller, an organization development consultant, explore what 2020, the year like no other, has meant to leaders around the globe. Tollie uncovers the positive changes the world of corporate leadership has seen in 2020 and how companies can get serious about leadership development.
As part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (the Act), many tax-related provisions were added or modified. Keep reading for a brief summary of some of these provisions.
Tax planning for 2020 is considerably more complicated for many individuals and businesses. A discussion of all the “what ifs” is beyond the scope of this article, so our planning ideas that follow focus on reducing 2020 taxes.
This article reviews some thresholds and limits for 2021, such as the standard deduction, Social Security benefits, adjustments for retirement accounts, gift taxes, and more.
Collaborative technology and meeting solutions that cross-function can dramatically increase efficiency. Here are questions you should ask yourself when budgeting for 2021 technology needs.
Below, we have created a visual representation of the 2020 federal income tax brackets for both single and married taxpayers. Although our graph stops at $700,000 of taxable income, the top bracket continues up indefinitely.