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    1. A Shift in Strategy Results in Smarter Estate Planning

      When the President signed the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 into law, we had, for the first time since 2001, a permanent estate tax regime. Permanent, of course, means it stays the same only until Congress changes it again―which differs from prior law which was scheduled to change drastically … The post A Shift in Strategy Results in Smarter Estate Planning appeared first on Windham Brannon.

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    2. Gift Cards Are Hot! Don’t Let the Income Tax Rules Leave You Out in the Cold

      Consumers spend upward of $100 billion on gift cards annually. More than one-third of them spring for restaurant gift cards to treat family and friends to a night out of the kitchen. Gift cards can provide many great benefits for restaurant owners. They not only serve as a way to promote … The post Gift Cards Are Hot! Don’t Let the Income Tax Rules Leave You Out in the Cold appeared first on Windham Brannon.

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    3. Georgia banks’ profitability rises 18% in first quarter

      Georgia banks’ profitability rises 18% in first quarter

      Georgia Business News, Wednesday, May 29th, 2013 · Play Video · $100M Oil Trader Andy Hall Questions Shale Oil Boom. Most Popular. Most popular; Slideshows; Facebook; Twitter; Emailed; Mobile. Dante’s Down the Hatch will become apartment tower Read original article… The post Georgia banks’ profitability rises 18% in first quarter appeared first on Windham Brannon.

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    4. The New Dynamics of Competition

      The New Dynamics of Competition

      In 1979 Michael Porter’s five forces model transformed the field of strategy. But the 1996 article “Value-Based Business Strategy,” by Adam Brandenburger and Harborne Stuart Jr., may prove to be even more significant, as it applied mathematics to the evaluation of strategic decisions. Ryall, of the University of Toronto’s Rotman … The post The New Dynamics of Competition appeared first on Windham Brannon.

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    5. The Chinese Way – An Insight Into Doing Business in China

      While the Chinese Government’s procedures have improved a lot in past decades, they are still inefficient and arbitrary. Investors need to be prepared to cope with delays and unexpected changes in requirements. With the US economy and the Eurozone generally sluggish, reducing costs by manufacturing or buying components from BRIC … The post The Chinese Way – An Insight Into Doing Business in China appeared first on Windham Brannon.

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    6. Are You Ready For The Marketplace Fairness Act?

      The U.S. Senate approved the Marketplace Fairness Act of 2013 on May 6, 2013 by a vote of 69-27. This legislation would make it easier for a state to collect sales and use taxes from sales made by out-of-state or “remote” sellers that do not have a physical presence within … The post Are You Ready For The Marketplace Fairness Act? appeared first on Windham Brannon.

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    7. Top 10 Gray Areas of the HIPAA Security Rule

      The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) affects most segments of the healthcare industry, requiring covered entities to use standard formats for many electronic transmissions of health data and to take specific measures to ensure the security and privacy of personal health information. Whereas the HIPAA Privacy Rule deals … The post Top 10 Gray Areas of the HIPAA Security Rule appeared first on Windham Brannon.

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    8. Tax Planning with Certainty? More Art Than Science.

      Tax Planning with Certainty? More Art Than Science.

      Congress passed the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 on “December 32, 2012.” (They couldn’t get it done on the 31st). We now have even more complexity in our tax laws, but supposedly more certainty. For 2013, there are new ordinary income and capital gains tax rates for individuals with … The post Tax Planning with Certainty? More Art Than Science. appeared first on Windham Brannon.

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    9. Atlanta as the “Shanghai of the South”

      Atlanta as the “Shanghai of the South”

      If you’ve lived in the South for long, you’ve probably heard the joke, “Whether you’re going to heaven or hell, you’ll have to go through Atlanta first.” That wasn’t originally a reference to Atlanta’s airport; it started in the mid-1800s, and referred to rail. Even before incorporating in 1847, Atlanta … The post Atlanta as the “Shanghai of the South” appeared first on Windham Brannon.

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