Worried about not having enough time to adequately present yourself, your firm and your capabilities? The trick is to shape your meeting so that you have just enough time to get prospects curious enough that they want to continue the conversation after you end it.
It’s that time of year again—many states are offering a sales tax holiday.
Like any solution or innovation, the concept of Flexible Overhead was born out of a problem.
The longer you are in sales or new business development it seems that time becomes increasingly shorter—that’s why it’s important to find ways to be more efficient.
Your prospects want to deal with your company on their time, and their time is often real-time. So how do you provide a medium for prospects to reach you on their schedule? The answer could be offering instant chats.
We are currently assisting our client in their search for a product marketing associate.
If I could sum up everything I learned last week in one line, it would be: Rethink everything. In every process and at each client touch-point or service delivery moment, there is an opportunity to rethink and innovate the way our firms are approaching our services with the goal of adding more value to our employees and clients.
This is the time of year to make sure you are taking advantage of every potential tax savings opportunities. If you own a profitable business that exports items that are 50 percent or more manufactured in the U.S., you may have the opportunity to realize as much as 15% to 20% in tax savings.
In this election year, one of the most important decisions will be made on your 2015 tax return. You must determine whether it is better to deduct state and local income taxes paid last year or to claim a deduction for state and local sales taxes. What’s at stake? Tax dollars.
With states constantly changing their nexus standards, it is important for all multistate businesses to monitor their activities in different states to make sure they are in compliance with varying state tax laws.