A post by Rick Telberg on CPA Trendlines grabbed my attention: An astounding 85 percent of growth leaders entering into a recession will emerge weaker, according to new research. Only 9% come out stronger. So what did the Harvard Business School researchers determine relating to the 9%? They carried out a careful balance between cutting […]
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It is that time of year, the CP2000 notices for 2006. They’re a little late this year, but with the AMT and rebates messes, that is understandable. This and a few more posts will cover issues that have arisen from the notices I have seen. I call a CP2000 notice an oops! letter. After all […]
I’ve read a number of articles on hedging tail risk of late. Most of them were pretty good; I just want to add in my thoughts. For those who haven’t read the articles, tail risk is when even safe investments get hit hard. Those market outcomes are rare but severe, so some people look for […]
I was out grabbing some beers and wings with some non-Wall Street friends (thank god for them) last night and, around a table of 6, not a positive word was said about the economy or its prospects for improvement anytime soon. And none of these guys are economists, they work for a living in real-world […]
Start-Up companies do not need theoretical or impractical advice. They need tips and suggestions that they can easily and swiftly implement to improve their chances for success. In the spirit of this need, here are ten tips in the areas of accounting and finance that they should consider implementing in a hurry: 1. Entity selection […]