Thanks to the tax deduction titled “Section 179 election” (see www.section179.org for additional details), the Federal Government allows you to buy up to $500,000 in machinery, computers, software, office furniture, vehicles or other tangible goods and take the full expense deduction in the current year, thereby REDUCING your taxable income on your current year’s tax […]
A while back I did a huge favor for someone and never heard anything from them… Zip, zilch, nada, nothing. Just a simple “thank you” would have been nice…but they acted as if it was expected of me. To say that I was disappointed is putting it mildly.
Everything we accomplish happens not just because of our efforts but also through the efforts of others. The biggest difference between people who manage others versus people who lead others is how they develop those under them. As all leaders know, untitled or not, leadership is power with people, not power over people.
In 2002, McDonald’s decided to implement a system to provide their corporate executives with a bird’s-eye view of their 30,000 stores, to track, measure and monitor everything from profitability to cooking-oil quality. The project, named “Innovate,” was a massive five-year project with a billion-dollar budget.
If your business hasn’t been the target of malicious intruders or cyber criminals, consider yourself lucky. Hackers are a relentless bunch and they want your gold: information and access they can use to exploit loopholes in your business’s Internet security.
News 12 First at Five/ Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014 By: Laura Warren AUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW) — It’s a security risk for about 20 percent of businesses, and it could leave your information exposed. Soon, Microsoft will stop supporting one of its most popular operating system for servers.
IntelliSystems CEO and Serotta Maddocks Evans, CPAs Issue Joint Alert to Encourage Local Businesses and Professional Practices to Get a Head Start You hear it wherever you go every year at this time; in fact, you’ve probably said something similar yourself: “Where’d this year go so quickly?” “I can’t believe that it’s almost Christmas!” “This […]
Please forgive me for the headline if it seems a bit “sensational,” but I really needed a way to get your attention about a perfectly legal way to save quite a bit of money on taxes while updating outdated computer equipment that is going to quickly pass you by if you don’t act soon.
In 2013, over 100 billion business e-mails were sent every day. According to the Radicati Group, that number is expected to exceed 132 billion e-mails per day by 2017. That means approximately 100 e-mails hit your in-box per day. No wonder it’s so hard to keep your in-box relatively clean.
Microsoft Excel is such a powerful tool. We all know it, but most of what we use the program for are simple calculations and data collections while we know there is so much more there. The problem for most is that there are TOO MANY functions and tools to use so we get lost, don’t […]