How to cope with threatened sabotage of health care financing

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Three strategies for small business health plans On Friday July 28 and Saturday July 29 president Trump and his press spokesperson made a series of statements indicating that he planned to sabotage a financial pillar health care system by revoking government funding for the insurance premiums working class people. The president’s actions are admittedly motivated by politics. […]

AICPA praises small accounting firms

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The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants published an article praising small CPA firms: “small firms serve their clients in ways that often go beyond the books. Small firm practitioners act as the volunteer treasurers of thousands of nonprofits, and lend a hand to a variety of religious organizations, community teams and clubs. Their practices […]

Small business online security update

Posted on Leave a commentPosted in Computers and Internet, Security, Small Business

I attended another online security program last week at the New Jersey CPA convention. This remains a topic of major concern for all types of technology users. My focus is on practical solutions for small business user issues. Yesterday an alarming show on National Public Radio reinforced the conclusion that these online security problem issues […]

Allowable discrimination in small business operations

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There are no legal protections from discrimination in service based on political affiliation or expression A story in the New York Post raises an interesting legal point about allowable discrimination in small business management. When discussing the topic of discrimination in a small business setting it makes sense to first recognize the terms “legal discrimination and […]