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Time Is Money

Posted 3:38 AM by
According to RestaurantOwner.com there is a direct correlation between the length of time it takes an operator to get his or her financial reports and a restaurant’s profitability. In this article, RestaurantOwner.com provides six ideas for speeding up the process of creating financial reports.
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New Method for Raising Capital

Posted 4:37 PM by
The SEC has enacted a new rule that lifts the ban on general solicitations for private offerings. What this means is that private companies can now market their securities to the general public via television, magazines and the Internet. Rule 506(c) will open up a larger pool of potential investors for the growing restaurant – including their own customers.
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Workforce Challenges for Indiana Manufacturers

Posted 5:14 PM by
Concerns over a skilled workforce and related skills gaps in today’s manufacturing industry are all over the national news. But does this impact manufacturing in Indiana, a state with an abundance of workers with manufacturing backgrounds? As a manufacturer in Indiana, do you need to worry?
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Manufacturers Wait as Talk of Key Tax Law Changes Prolong

Posted 4:22 PM by
Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, Max Baucus (D), and head of the House Committee on Ways and Means, Representative Dave Camp (R), recently concluded a summer-long tour of America discussing tax law changes with individuals and businesses. Included in the discussions were several tax items vital to the manufacturing industry.
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Latest Economic News Release Does Not Bring Confidence to the Healthcare Industry

Posted 3:26 PM by
The economic state of the healthcare industry is under higher scrutiny since the recent announcements of mass layoffs from Indiana’s largest health networks. In September, the Indiana University Health network announced the layoff of 800 employees, which followed St. Vincent Health’s June announcement of 850 employees.
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Is Accepting Medicare Losing Money for Your Practice?

Posted 4:52 PM by
In the healthcare world today, as reimbursements decline, overhead expenses continue to increase, and it is becoming more and more difficult for independent practices to stay afloat. Physician practices have to put on their business hats and assess the viability of their organization based on their current business model.
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Year-End Tax Planning: 10 Ideas for the Restaurant Owner/Operator

Posted 5:35 AM by
As a restaurant owner/operator, you work hard to generate a profit each and every year. Unfortunately, as profits grow so does your potential tax liability. While a profitable operation will always incur tax at some level, year-end tax planning is an effective way to minimize your total tax bill. Here are 10 strategies for minimizing your 2013 year tax liability.
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New Bill Introduced to Limit Stark Law’s In-office Ancillary Services Exception

Posted 5:05 PM by
A massive increase in referring physicians’ offerings of ancillary services in recent years has prompted some lawmakers to take action. On Aug. 1, 2013, H.R 2914 was introduced by Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA) stating that “specified non-ancillary services” are not available for the exception, which include advanced diagnostic imaging services, anatomic pathology services, radiation therapy services and supplies, and physical therapy services.
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Sales Tax Treatment of Take-and-Bake Pizzas

Posted 1:44 PM by
In her Oct. 14, 2013 article, Cara Griffith of Forbes magazine provides an update on the debate regarding the sales tax treatment of take-and-bake pizzas. Griffith reports that the Sales Tax Governing Board Compliance Review and Interpretations Committee has been asked to provide an opinion on the question of whether a take-and-bake pizza meets the definition of prepared food.
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Seven Percent Off Your Next Purchase: Indiana’s Sales Tax Exemption for Restaurants

Posted 12:17 AM by
Are you paying more sales tax than you need to be paying? Unlike a majority of states, Indiana treats restaurants as manufacturers for purposes of the sales tax exemption for production. This can mean real savings of seven percent on purchases of equipment and utilities. In the competitive world of restaurant management, it is crucial to recognize where savings can be realized and how to go about claiming those savings.
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