Posted Jul 23 2015 12:00 PM by
With another year-end in the books, construction owners and top-level management share similar concern: How do our company’s financial results compare to our competitors and peers? It is a common question that likely will not be answered on a specific basis, but it can be evaluated based on a broad population of results.
Posted Jul 14 2015 12:00 PM by
The third installment in our series, NFP Reporting Exposure Draft, Explained, focuses on changes being considered related to the statement of cash flows for not-for-profit (NFP) organizations.
Posted Jun 29 2015 12:00 PM by
Jim Holton, owner of Mountain Town Station in Mount Pleasant, Mich., joins us to discuss keys to becoming a great restaurant operator.
Posted Jun 26 2015 12:00 PM by
In a recent Advisory Opinion, the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance (NY DOTF) has found the sales of subscription-based Internet services, Healthcare Registry and Rapid Recall Exchange by a not-for-profit are taxable sales.
Posted Jun 26 2015 12:00 PM by
Continuing with our series, NFP Reporting Exposure Draft, Explained, this installment focuses on changes being considered to enhance the information provided in a not-for-profit (NFP) entity’s financial statements with regard to operations. As a reminder, all of the proposed requirements presented in the Exposure Draft are tentative until a final Accounting Standards Update is issued.
Posted Jun 25 2015 6:51 PM by
Katz, Sapper & Miller’s ninth annual survey assessing the state of Indiana’s manufacturing and distribution industries is now underway.
Posted Jun 12 2015 12:00 PM by
In April 2015, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued a Proposed Accounting Standards Update titled Presentation of Financial Statements of Not-for-Profit Entities (the Exposure Draft). FASB spent three-plus years developing the Exposure Draft, and if it becomes a final Accounting Standards Update, it would have a wide-spread impact on the financial statements of not-for-profits.
Posted Jun 1 2015 7:31 PM by
The idea that the United States cannot compete with China and other low-cost countries in manufacturing has become obsolete. Harold Sirkin of the Boston Consulting Group illustrates this in his recent Bloomberg article, “China vs. the U.S.: It's Just as Cheap to Make Goods in the USA.” Sirken states that when considering energy expense and productivity alone, for every dollar it costs to manufacture a product in the United States, it now costs $0.96 to make it in China.
Posted May 21 2015 7:17 PM by
The best healthcare is patient centered. That concept is easy to verbalize but difficult to put into practice. "Integrating the Principles of Patient-Centered Care" and turning those words into deeds was the focus of the recent Healthcare Leaders of New York panel discussion, hosted by New York Medical College (NYMC) in Hawthorne, N.Y.
Posted May 6 2015 2:59 PM by
Indianapolis is looking to lure manufacturers back downtown. Why? The answer is simple: Manufacturers will find more of the technically skilled workers they are looking for in the city than in rural areas.