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‘Grow Your Restaurant’ Podcast: Jim Holton of Mountain Town Station

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Jim Holton, owner of Mountain Town Station in Mount Pleasant, Mich., joins us to discuss keys to becoming a great restaurant operator.
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New York Department of Taxation and Finance Says Internet-Based Information Services Are Taxable

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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.
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NFP Reporting Exposure Draft, Explained: Measures of Operations

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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.
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2015 Indiana Manufacturing Survey Now Underway

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Katz, Sapper & Miller’s ninth annual survey assessing the state of Indiana’s manufacturing and distribution industries is now underway.  
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NFP Reporting Exposure Draft, Explained: Net Asset Classes

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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.
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U.S. Manufacturing Is Here to Stay

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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.
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