April 30, 2013
Technology is a wonderful thing. We know it in our firm because we use advanced technology to our advantage—that is, working anytime and from any device, having 24/7 access to files, and the ability to work from home, a client’s site, or the airport! And now that just about any gadget you can imagine is portable and affordable, your small business doesn’t have to be confined to your office or your dining room table.
We encourage you to harness the power of technology (like we have) to operate more efficiently and free you from your wire tethers. Consider all the advantages of going mobile:
Building a mobile office requires that you select the right technologies to support an efficient digital work environment—from laptops and tablets to smartphones and online document management applications. Take some time to research the technologies that will work for you and build your mobile office. You’ll love the freedom!
The recent popularity of M. Night Shyamalan “Old” offers a fascinating yet unsurprising truth—we fear aging. This fear could be why so few of us consider saving for retirement until it’s too late. When seniors reach retirement age, many discover they haven’t saved enough to live comfortably in their golden years.
The IRS has begun mailing notices to businesses, financial institutions and other payers that filed certain returns with information that doesn’t match the agency’s records.
Scheduling “me time” used to be a luxury for those who could afford it—now it’s a necessity for everyone.