Business owners and executives are familiar with the concept of risk management. From managing inventory levels to reviewing insurance coverage to maintain a proper level of protection, it’s a routine business practice
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has provided a host of new regulations aimed at spurring economic development. One of those provisions that has flown under the radar throughout 2018 is the newly established qualified opportunity zones (O-Zones). The Department of Treasury recently released the long-awaited proposed regulations that help provide a level of clarity to ease investor uncertainties.
How do city clubs attract more women to join the club and, more specifically, younger professional women? The answer centers around amenities. Clubs need to think outside the box and offer amenities that will not only draw in women members but keep them.
Your not-for-profit likely has a growing list of email addresses for donors, members, volunteers and other supporters. Are you making the most of it? If [...]
Of the many afflictions that can impede a not-for-profit’s growth, one of the more deadly is “Founder’s Syndrome.” This occurs when a single individual — [...]
Like any corporation, credit unions rely on a number of other businesses for materials, support, maintenance and more. Outsourcing these other activities allows credit unions to keep their costs efficient and their resources focused on their core banking functions instead. Because more and more credit unions are out-sourcing activities, the National Credit Union Association (NCUA) has outlined requirements for managing third party relationships.
Why is risk assessment important? Risk is the one element that lurks in the background of all businesses, impacting them in some form or fashion. [...]
If you follow the news cyberattacks are covered on an almost daily basis. Whether the victim is a mega chain store like Target, an international [...]