Columbus, The Smart City for Transportation

In June 2016, the City of Columbus beat out 77 other cities in the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Smart City Challenge. As a result, the city ... read more >

The Evolving Unified Registration Statement

Compliance with laws relating to charitable solicitation or fundraising has always been a difficult and laborious process. In fact, as of November 2016, ... read more >

The Continued Value of a College Degree

Over the past few years, there has been much in the news about the rising cost of higher education and recent graduates struggling to pay down significant ... read more >

New Lease Standard and Impact on Automobile Dealers

On February 25, 2016, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) issued its new lease accounting standard, FASB Accounting Standard Update 2016-02 ... read more >

In a Contentious Election Year, Tax Reform and Regulations Cited as Important Factors in 2016 Manufacturers' Economic Survey

Tax reform, environmental laws and other government regulations were cited among the factors most likely to impact manufacturers in the coming year, according ... read more >

Rig Counts Climb Amid Increased Prices and Positive Speculation

Rig counts’ weekly responsiveness is a key factor in forecasting the price of oil and gas and ultimately the productivity within the industry. North ... read more >

Overhead and the Role of the Nonprofit Board

In a recent study of over 10,000 New York nonprofit organizations, “Understanding Overhead: A Governance Challenge for Nonprofit Trustees,” ... read more >

How Can Benchmarking Work for Construction Companies?

Benchmarking can be a very important and powerful tool in managing a business and improving financial and operation performance. We are often asked by ... read more >