“Hope” Is Not a Strategy: Trigger Points Provide the Key to Changing Your Company’s Performance Levels

3/09/10

By Lee Froschheiser There’s nothing wrong with having “hope” but clearly “hope” is not a business strategy, a fact that’s become very clear in recent history, given these tough economic times. Nationwide, company owners who’ve casually relied upon “hope” as a viable way to...

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Important Employer Considerations Regarding Employee Retirement Plans

3/09/10

Since their introduction in the mid 1980’s, defined contribution plans have moved from the status of supplemental retirement vehicles to being the primary source of retirement savings in the United States. Now more than ever, policymakers believe that workers are in need of the best plans...

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What Is My Business Worth?

3/09/10

What Is My Business Worth?--That is the age-old question business owners ask themselves every day, especially when times are tough. The simple and accurate answer is “it depends.”  The value of a business is dependent on a number of complex issues. Some of the most important factors when...

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