Everybody knows that it’s uniquely challenging to start a business. And, even though two-thirds of Americans dream of beginning a new business, relatively few actually will. What’s more, many that do will fail. That reality naturally produces a fear of failure that can cloud our thinking in the early days of a startup, causing many entrepreneurs to focus too narrowly on immediate success. In some ways, this is because starting a business requires a level of grit that is inherently shortsighted. However, most major corporations and all successful SMBs launched as a startup, and one of their differentiating features is their ability to make decisions in the beginning that prepare them for long-term success.
Marcum LLP today released its 2019 Year-End Tax Guide. The 54-page annual review discusses the first tax filing year under the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA). The report highlights 15 aspects of tax reform and its impact on individual and business taxpayers.
Are you confident that you could detect a cybersecurity scam if it happened to you or your organization? Cybersercurity Ventures’ 2019 Cybersecurity Market Report predicts that by 2021, the global cost of cyber crimes will exceed $6 trillion dollars – is your organization prepared? The best thing that you can do for you and your business is to arm yourself with knowledge of the different modes of attacks – therefore thwarting potential hacks before they happen.
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