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  • Upgrading your website – Enhancing your online presence is a must

    June / July 2013
    Newsletter: Focus

    Price: $225.00, Subscriber Price: $157.50

    Word count: 625

    Abstract: Despite the critical role websites play in most businesses’ marketing initiatives, many suffer from ineffective designs that visitors find difficult to read or navigate. This article shows how a company can ensure its site is doing all it can to reflect positively on the business. It involves having fresh, visually appealing content that’s easy to access and that allows the company to use site visit data to more precisely target marketing efforts and potentially boost traffic and revenue.

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  • Shopping for tax savings – Relocating a trust to a tax-friendly state

    September / October 2011
    Newsletter: Estate Planner

    Price: $225.00, Subscriber Price: $157.50

    Word count: 625

    Abstract: If a trust is subject to high state income taxes, it may be possible to change its residence — or “situs” — to a state with low or no income taxes. But not all trusts are the same — nor are state laws. This article explains which types of trusts may be good candidates for relocation, along with the factors that states use in determining a trust’s state of “residence” for tax purposes. It also discusses the steps involved in moving a trust.

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  • Multistate taxation efforts ramp up – Be aware of states with which your company may have nexus

    June / July 2011
    Newsletter: Focus

    Price: $225.00, Subscriber Price: $157.50

    Word count: 625

    Abstract: Before a business transaction triggers income or sales tax in a particular state, the company involved typically has to have a nexus — that is, a connection or link — with the state. Until recently, nexus generally was presumed to exist only if the business had a physical presence in the state. In this Internet age, however, even businesses without such a presence may be obligated to pay income or sales taxes. And states have different criteria for determining just what triggers their income or sales taxes. This article looks at some of the criteria used to establish nexus and describes attempts that have been made to streamline regulations among the states.

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  • Valuators cover the gamut from A to Z

    January / February 2011
    Newsletter: Viewpoint on Value

    Price: $225.00, Subscriber Price: $157.50

    Word count: 625

    Abstract: A credible valuation that can withstand professional scrutiny requires diligent research and analysis of both the business interest itself and relevant valuation data, documented in an explanatory report. This article notes that valuation services can be helpful in numerous situations, including transaction planning, financial restructuring, litigation support and succession planning, pointing out that a valuator’s real skill is transforming assembled information into a meaningful valuation analysis.

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  • Should you have an advisory board?

    Year End 2010
    Newsletter: Nonprofit Agendas

    Price: $225.00, Subscriber Price: $157.50

    Word count: 625

    Abstract: Nonprofits are governed by boards of directors, but many nonprofits can benefit from adding an advisory board to the mix. Without a formal commitment, these informal board members can bring complementary skills and resources to the group, making them extremely valuable. This article explains how to identify the traits and skills needed in advisory board members. It also covers how to use the advisory board as a way to test out potential candidates for the governing board.

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