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The tax code draws a distinction between ordinary income and income derived from the sale of a capital asset, or “capital gain.” In most instances, this distinction is straightforward and there is little confusion about whether income falls into one category or the other. Every now and then, however, a situation develops in which the classification of income is a difficult matter. There is much at stake in the determination of whether income is either ordinary or derived from the sale of a…Continue
Posted by Jorgen Rex Olson on January 4, 2017 at 10:40am
You're a smart contractor and you know QuickBooks has the Financial Reports, Job Costing Reports and Job Profitability Reports you need to operate and grow your construction company; but it does not provide Benchmarking Reports to let you see how your Construction Company is performing compared to your competitors.
Every time you or your bookkeeper opens the darn thing it…Continue
Posted by Randal L. DeHart, PMP, QPA on May 23, 2016 at 12:41pm
Current world of business is highly competitive and complex. There is no unifying formula for success. Each and every situation is different. People who are engaged in the business world have to accept these challenges and the way they handle them will determine how successful they are going to be.…Continue
Posted by Tim Scott on December 9, 2014 at 1:32am
Business education refers to various courses designed to provide students essential skills to achieve success in business, especially those for launching and running businesses. These courses range from advanced management science to marketing to basic computer courses taken for personal career goals.
Business education classes inculcate students the confidence to overcome real life business situations and emphasize…
Posted by Tim Scott on December 2, 2014 at 9:15pm
I'm an RN who is physically no longer capable of doing bedside nursing. I'm looking into Patient Advocate Programs, both general and RN specific. The cost of these Certificate courses varies from $900.00 up to $7000.00. I'm currently on SSDI, so money is very, very tight. The program I'd like to go to is around 5K, directed at RN's. It has an excellent reputation plus has a built in network of alumni.
The $900.00 course is a generalist program. It's on line, no face to face, while…Continue
Posted by Helga Bluestone on August 20, 2013 at 9:27pm
Sweat equity is a person’s or company’s commitment to a business venture or other enterprise. Sweat equity is typically non-monetary and takes the form of manual labor, emotional commitment, and time. Sweat equity is popular in real estate and manufacturing, as well as in the corporate sector, especially for startups. Sweat Equity for Tech Startups […]