December 16, 2017

Practice Continuation Agreements: A Practice Survival Guide

Your clients rely on your practice because of your ability to provide dependable, timely service. Yet in the case you encounter a sudden disability – or death – do you have a plan in place for your practice to quickly and efficiently...
December 15, 2017

SC Board of Accountancy Offer Deadline Extension for Those Whose CPE Carryover Hours Were Incorrectly Reported

The South Carolina Board of Accountancy will grant a reporting completion deadline extension of March 1, 2018, for individuals adversly impacted by CPE carryover hours being incorrectly reported on license renewal notices that were mailed in...
December 15, 2017

How to Measure the Success of a BI Solution

Building and implementing a business intelligence platform isn’t a small investment. It requires resources — both time and money. Beyond the initial cost to build the software, there are also costs to deploy, training costs, and...
December 14, 2017

BLS Releases 2016 State, National Injury and Illness Rates

South Carolina's on-the-job injury/illness rate for private industry was essentially unchanged at 2.5 injuries/illnesses per 100 full-time equivalent workers in 2016. The U.S. rate for private industry in 2016 was 2.9. The data comes from the U.S....
December 13, 2017

Women-owned businesses bring $16B to SC

The number of businesses owned by women in the United States has more than doubled in 20 years, as has their revenue, according to the annual State of Women-Owned Businesses Report, commissioned by American Express Open. South Carolina has an...
December 12, 2017

USC economists: Strong year ahead for South Carolina

University of South Carolina economists say they expect the state's economy will remain stable in 2018, with growth anticipated in most industries along with gains in income for working South Carolinians. The biggest hurdle the state will face is...

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