Modern accounting firms have evolved into places where clients can access an extensive knowledge base of experts for their particular issue beyond traditional number crunching.
Experts say recent court rulings, such as South Dakota v. Wayfair in 2018, about sales tax create more questions than answers for online companies selling in different states.
Northwest Indiana executives say communication, appreciation go long way in retaining talented workforce.
Region experts say the best offense is a good defense when it comes to protecting companies and organiza-tions from malicious ransomware that often stops operations or seriously impairs them.
Despite suffering the economic effects of the pandemic, Northwest Indiana’s building industry is actively recruiting qualified talent to maintain the state’s competitive edge.
Despite nationwide economic stagnation, the Region’s commercial real estate boom appears poised to continue in the months ahead, experts say.
An array of resources, from higher learning institutions to public-private partnership, are available to help startups and existing businesses seeking advice to get an idea off the ground or help a company grow.
Higher education works with companies as more automation creates need for specialized workforce. Experts in the field lend insight into the past, present and future of such advances in manufacturing.
Experts say the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act prompted by the pandemic provided short-term aid but created new tax uncertainties, which led business owners to seek advice from professionals.
Experts say clients are concerned about the health insurance renewal process that will hinge on flexibility in plans and care options. Companies must think outside the box to make more informed decisions and avoid getting blindsided.