Mexico Tax Reform

Mexico’s 2013 tax reform, one of the most comprehensive in years, went into effect on January 1, 2014. The new law limits corporate tax deductions, ... read more >

Relief for College Graduates Working in Public Service

A public service loan forgiveness program was established by the College Cost Reduction and Access Act of 2007 to assist students who pursue careers in ... read more >

New Trend in 401(k) Plans May Be Headache for Fiduciaries

Target Date Funds (TDF) are one of the newest trends in 401(k) plans. TDFs, including target maturity funds and lifecycle funds, help participants invest ... read more >

What Employers Should Consider When Starting a Company Retirement Plan

The introduction of a company retirement plan represents one of the most common tools that employers use to help provide enhanced long-term benefits for ... read more >

Target Corp. Credit Card Breach

What Happened? With holiday shopping behind us, it is time to focus on how secure our credit card data really is. By now, you have probably read or at ... read more >

Where Did All the Incandescents Go?

The new year will undoubtedly bring with it many changes for manufacturers and consumers. One such change that may impact all of us is the phase-out of ... read more >

Don't write checks your...accounting system can't cash

I recently read a startling whitepaper titled “Cash is King: Who’s Wearing Your Crown?” in which two researchers simulated an attack ... read more >

Required Sleeping Habits?

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has announced that it will move forward with a field study with respect to the impact of split ... read more >

What Will 2014 Bring?

The excitement of a new year comes on all levels. We make New Year’s resolutions, wonder about the changes that are coming, and sometimes hope the ... read more >