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Exhaustion and the Remote Worker

I was having a conversation with a friend on a recent Sunday afternoon. He, like many, has transitioned from being an on-site leader with a large on-site team to a remote leader with the same size team, most of whom also now work remotel [...]

Digital Asset Dilemmas

When people think about estate and asset planning what usually comes to mind are things like real estate, investments, and other tangible property. While most of us may not have significant intangible property in the form of patents and [...]

From Buddy to Boss

Whether you were a teammate or a team lead who has been promoted to a supervisor or manager (aka: the boss), you will have to face your coworker buddies who now report to you. To put it bluntly, yes this is awkward! Plan to address the a [...]

Capitalize at Your Own Expense!

Business expenditures generally may be recovered through a deduction against income at some point in time. The critical issue is “when.” If an expenditure must be capitalized, its deduction is delayed; the cost is recovered either over [...]

Thriving During Change

I will never forget the first time I stumbled upon the Greek Philosopher Heraclitus and his famous notion that “there is nothing permanent except for change.”  I was a freshman in college and while I recognized the wisdom of the wor [...]

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