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For decades, U.S. companies have “off-shored” their manufacturing to lower-cost countries, taking advantage of cheaper raw materials and labor and more favorable regulations and environmental policies. However, with rising transportation and tariff costs, new U.S. laws that reward or require… Continue Reading
With the surge in online shopping and stimulus checks during COVID, demand for freight transportation and pricing skyrocketed. However, as the pandemic continues to evolve, the industry is now facing a slowdown in freight rates and volumes coupled with rising… Continue Reading
Forefront Friday: Part 2 of C. Keith Chulumovich, CPA, CTP’s discussion with Jason Bank, a senior partner with Kerr Russell. In this segment, Jason shares his insights on current trends in business bankruptcy and restructurings.
Forefront Friday with C. Keith Chulumovich, CPA, CTP. The 2009 global recession, set off by the global financial crisis, was by far the deepest and most synchronized of the four recessions since 1975. The question now, assuming we are entering another… Continue Reading
After two-plus years of dealing with the pandemic studies have shown that young professionals are feeling burned out and suffering from the effects of the labor shortage. The pandemic brought dramatic workplace shifts that, along with the effects of an… Continue Reading
Most businesses need to invest in various types of equipment in order to provide goods and services to their customers. This equipment usually performs tasks that people are not physically able to perform or allows them to perform these tasks… Continue Reading