by Tommy McDonald, Vice President – MarshBerry WRITE 20% NEW BUSINESS. In our experience, understanding the metrics needed to produce predictable profitable organic growth is #1. Less than 10%* of the industry can produce new revenue in excess of 20% of prior year... read more
There are many circumstances that can kill a merger or acquisition. This article will profile basic and advanced mistakes applicable to the CPA profession; however, these deal killing concepts can be applicable to any industry. One major mistake can be the decision to... read more
June 8, 2017 (Indianapolis, Ind.) – Oak Street Funding® (www.oakstreetfunding.com), a First Financial Bank company, continues to grow by extending its cash flow lending business to the CPA industry. With the majority of tax season 2017 behind them, it’s time for CPAs... read more
Working in the insurance industry can be both a challenging and a rewarding experience. That’s why it’s even more important to have the right qualities and habits to succeed. Here are ten of the most common traits of highly successful business men and women: 1.... read more
The healthcare debate continues to rage in Washington, and where things will end up is anyone’s guess. Not long ago, the media was saying that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was here to stay. Then it appeared that it would be replaced by a new law created by House... read more
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