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Why Does the 8(a) Program Penalize Older Business Owners?

For business owners older than 59 1/2, getting admitted to the 8(a) Program can be very difficult: unlike their younger counterparts, funds these owners have saved in traditional retirement accounts will likely count against the 8(a) Program’s $250,000 adjusted net worth cap.

Insights to Succeed In Government Contracting

There are major differences in the way the government contracts are marketed, proposed, priced and performed. Here are 8 insights for planning your success in small business federal government service contracting.

Is LPTA Here to Stay?

In our work with contractors, we have seen LPTA from several key angles - the good, the bad, and the ugly. So, what can you realistically expect related to LPTA going forward into 2019 and beyond?

Here’s When the Shutdown Will Truly Sting

Bloomberg reported that Friday is the first time federal employees won’t get paychecks, regardless of their recent labors. For many workers, it’s the date that this shutdown will become increasingly painful for them and their loved ones. 

If the Shutdown Derails Your Finances, It Could Affect Your Security Clearance

Don’t panic, but also don’t go out and buy the new luxury car you’ve been eyeing until the government shutdown is resolved. As long as you are acting as a reasonable, prudent person would act in the face of temporary financial uncertainty, you’ll probably be just fine.

Is This Your Situation: You're Confused About Firm Fixed Price Service Contracts

Before you estimate your next government contract, it can be helpful to understand Firm Fixed Price (FFP) service contracts. Click through for an overview of FFP contracts and how they might work for you.

Proudly Introducing Impact Capital, LLC From E. Cohen and Bill Bancroft

We are thrilled to announce the launch of Impact Capital LLC, a wealth management and financial advisory company.

Impact Capital differentiates itself from other wealth management and financial advisory firms by focusing on the integration of tax planning, financial planning and asset management to create a unique client experience that strives to add additional value to these traditional services.

Read the full announcement and contact Eric Cohen and Bill Bancroft for more information.

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