The government is supposed to use part of the money they take from your paychecks every pay period as a contribution to your social security fund. As you live in a country and poor your labor into the system, your reward is that you’re well looked after by the time you retire and you don’t…

With the dynamic and ever-changing requirements in today’s job landscape, it pays to prepare for shifts in employment trends by getting a useful and versatile degree. The time when a college graduate would expect to work for several decades for the same employer are long over, so a useful degree is one that can have…

Some of the most successful business people in the world are ones who showed a passion for entrepreneurship from a young age. Many who were out mowing lawns, building inventions, making something out of nothing, or seeing needs in their environments and filling them from the time they were able to basically walk and talk…

Is there life after getting your MBA? Let Alexa Portales tell her story: “After getting my MBA I quickly rose to a senior management position at my company in Paris. I enjoyed the stimulation and challenge, but eventually felt that my intellectual horizon was beginning to narrow. So I did some research, and discovered that…

The National Society of Hispanic MBAs will celebrate 18 years of existence in October by inviting Edward James Olmos to address them at their annual Prospanica Conference. The conference is scheduled to run from Oct. 8 – 11, at McCormick Place in Chicago. Mr. Olmos is a noted Hispanic actor and activist. He is the…

William Jessup University, a private Christian establishment in Rocklin, California, has initiated a Master of Business Administration program this year. To date, they have 30 students enrolled. Head of the Program, Steven Strombeck, hopes to boost that number up to 300 by 2018. Strombeck says: “We hope to have a viable program that not only…

Due to budget constraints, the IRS has announced it is closing a reconciliation program that in the past allowed large corporations to negotiate graduated payments on corporation taxes prior to the actual filing. The Compliance Assurance Program, as it was called, will be closed to all future applications at the end of September, 2016. CPA…

The New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants has just announced they are partnering with a strategic IT private cloud provider. Thomas Ralph, a CPA in Trenton, New Jersey, said about the strategic partnership: “This is how CPAs will have to enlarge their business in the future; leveraged cloud technology gives a very competitive edge…

MBA-holder and author Julie Broad has made quite a successful career out of disruption. That is, coaching others on how to use disruption to benefit their careers and business. The author of “More Than Cashflow” explains: “When I graduated with my MBA I began a sales career. I soon found that the number one reason…

According to the U.S. News and World Report, Harvard University remains the top-rated school for MBAs. The Boston-based institution has held first place in the rankings for the past 17 years. Yearly tuition is $61 thousand. Second place goes to Stanford University in California. Tuition there per year is now set at $64 thousand. Third…