Of all the things one can lose, your identity doesn’t sound as traumatic as being mugged for your wallet. The truth is that identity theft can be extremely expensive and inconvenient, and could impact not just yourself but your family and your firm. (more…)
If you are approaching retirement, it’s a good idea to review your finances and develop a strategy for your final working years. Take the time now to perform a reality check on your retirement resources and expectations. (more…)
Date: 2011-05-18 Time: 8:00AM – 9AM OR 12:00PM – 1:00PM Location: Thaney & Associates offices, 2024 W Henrietta Rd, Bldg 4B, Rochester
Presentation concerning critical sharholder issues:
1. How to get a better sense of the financial performance of your company and how it correlates with the balance of your personal wealth
2. How to clarify the many issues for the future and which ones are most important to deal with now
3. How to consider your personal and fmaily objectives in the context of your buisness and family life
4. How to recognize the needs of the key stake holders in your company, family and non-family and how to determine whether their needs are being met within their relationship with the company
The key purpose of this presentation is to have business owners view their buisness as an investment and make the correlation to their own retirement. After attending this seminar you will know more of how your personal and family objects work within your business and family life, a process fro decison-making and a map for action.
Presented by Frank Mindicino – continental breakfast OR sandwich lunch
Pre-registration is required as space is limited, call 585.427.2410 ext 102
May 18 @ 8-9AM OR 12-1PM
Do you have a plan for your business? And if you do, is it an accountable plan?
An accountable plan is an arrangement that lets you reimburse your employees for expenses incurred on behalf of your company, such as driving to the post office or supply store. With a properly administered plan, you can deduct the reimbursements on your business tax return, yet the payments are not considered income to your employees. (more…)
With uncertainty still a major business concern, many companies are tiptoeing back into the employment market by hiring temporary workers. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of temporary employees — including independent contractors, on-call candidates, freelancers, and other temporary or part-time workers — exceeds two million people in the United States. The skills of such workers often extend far beyond traditional clerk and bookkeeping roles. For example, temporary employees might include chief financial officers, nurses, lawyers, accountants, information technology professionals, manufacturing technicians, and retail staff. (more…)
The desire to start your own company can have several motivations. A desire to make money or to change the world, the urge to be in control of your employment, or the ambition to test out a great idea. (more…)
Forced to become leaner during the latest recession, American businesses are apparently doing more with fewer workers. As the economy improves, productivity (economic output per labor hour) continues to rise; it increased 3.5% in 2009 and 3.6% in 2010. (more…)
So you’ve filed your income tax return or your extension. Either way, you went through your taxable transactions for the year and they’re fresh on your mind — meaning now is the ideal time to review your investing decisions. (more…)
Date: 2011-05-18 Time: 01:00PM ET – 02:00PM ET Location: Webinar – Your Office
Most businesses fail or never reach their full potential because their owners spend too much time doing the work that the business does, rather than managing and growing it. Working ON rather than IN your business is the difference between your business just providing you with a job versus helping you attain your personal goals. Are you working IN your business while trying to handle it all and be all things to everybody?
An important step to breaking this cycle so you can start working ON your business is to simply develop systems for everything. This webinar will help you see your business as a series of processes so you an create a manual for “the way we do it here.” You’ll learn about developing systems, processes, documentation and team training to ensure your business runs smoothly, consistently and (most importantly) without you.
Business owners who attend will also be able to ask questions and address specific issues.
Complimentary to our clients and friends.
Pre-registration is required: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/678032970
Workers today express less optimism about their retirement prospects than they have in past decades. According to the Employee Benefit Research Institute’s 2011 Retirement Confidence Survey, 27% of respondents were “not at all confident” about saving enough for retirement. (more…)