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How Does Cost Segregation Affect Your Manufacturing Operations?

Cost segregation is used to classify assets for federal tax purposes. By using cost segregation for your manufacturing company, you can reduce your tax liability. Click through to learn more about making tax regulations work for you.

Is This Your Situation: Deciding Whether Contractors Can Claim R&D Benefits

You may be able to take advantage of some valuable research and development tax benefits — that is, if you know the rules and how to take advantage of these provisions.  Click through to learn the basics of the potentially lucrative R&D provisions for contractors.

The Complex World of Flood Insurance

Many people don't think they need flood insurance, but they do. Others think they have it, but they don't. Flood insurance is a complex topic. Click through for an introduction to flood insurance that can save you a fortune.

5 Ways to Avoid Micromanaging Your Staff

It's a difficult line to walk: you have to properly supervise your staff, but if you spend too much time guiding them in their tasks, you squash initiative and destroy morale. Click through for some tips to avoid the micromanagement trap.

Tim Sinclair
Tim Sinclair
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