It is important to measure overhead … and impact

Overhead expenses are a quick and common way to gauge the efficiency of a non-profit organization, and many people believe it is a necessary gauge, as well. But it is important to keep that statistic in the context of what an organization accomplishes with its overhead. That was the key

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US Treasury is aggressively tracking offshore accounts

In an effort to bring more off-shore money back into the United States tax system, the Treasury Department has increased reporting requirements for anyone with at least signature authority over a foreign bank account, and the penalties for ignoring those requirements are severe. If you have a financial interest in

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It pays to be certified women-owned

Women-owned businesses make up a growing sector of the economy, and in an effort to spur even more growth, the federal government has created a program that provides women-owned businesses greater access to federal contracts. Now more than ever, it pays to be certified women-owned. The Women-Owned Small Business Federal

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Don’t rush into the recovery

A drought will expose the bottom of a stream. When the water is low, you can see the rocks that weren’t visible when the stream was flowing at full force. The same is true of a business in a slow economy. All of the little rocks — the things that

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Construction Client Story: T.J. Dyer Company

In its first 100 years, the T.J. Dyer Company helped build a small city of offices, plants, hospitals, hotels and stadiums. Many of Cincinnati’s iconic structures have Dyer craftsmanship in their veins, including the Carew Tower, Great American Tower, Great American Ball Park, Children’s Hospital and the Cincinnati Zoo. The

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