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Key performance indicators: Any company, no matter how small, can benefit from monitoring KPIs

Key performance indicators: Any company, no matter how small, can benefit from monitoring KPIs

All too often, accounting becomes an afterthought — a nuisance that must be cranked out quarterly or at the end of the year. A different perspective, however, could change that attitude and boost business performance. In reality, accounting — by way of key performance indicators (KPIs) — ought to be a daily part of business,… Continue Reading Key performance indicators: Any company, no matter how small, can benefit from monitoring KPIs

The local economy is improving, despite what naysayers are wont to say. It’s not all doom-and-gloom anymore, and one local economist is out to prove it with data. Year-to-date residential home resales are up 8 percent in El Paso County. Nationally, however, resales are down 22 percent. “We’ve fared so much better than the national… Continue Reading Local economy improving, Crowley says

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What can a PTAC do for your business?

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The Colorado Procurement Technical Assistance Center can help small business owners expand their horizons and grow their business. Business owners interested in learning more about government contracting opportunities in Colorado Springs can attend a seminar from 7:30 to 9 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 25, at BiggsKofford, 630 Southpointe Court, Suite 200. Keynote speakers will be Tom Elam, director of the Colorado PTAC,… Continue Reading What can a PTAC do for your business?

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U.S. private equity overhang reaches $400 billion  The cumulative amount of private equity fundraising overhang in the United States is $400 billion. After record fundraising years during 2007 and 2008, the Alliance of Merger & Acquisition Advisors and PitchBook Data Inc. say the gap between funds raised and equity invested has widened to an all-time… Continue Reading U.S. private equity overhang reaches $400 billion

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Interest rates cannot go lower, and home prices are down these days. So, if you’re purchasing a home this year, be sure to claim the new $8,000, first-time homebuyer tax credit, which is part of the Recovery Act. Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Doug Shulman said there are several different ways for homebuyers to receive this… Continue Reading Recovery Act allows $8,000 first-time homebuyer tax credit

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