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Accounting & Finance

Jandrea Blumanhourst avatar

Build a Better Business Using Financial Statements

Financial statements act as a “report card” for financial health, yet many organizations fail to take advantage of this important resource in decision-making. Join AGH’s Jandrea Blumanhourst as she discusses the ways that financial statement analysis can lead to increased productivity and profitability.
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Holly Rook avatar Cathy McEwen avatar

From Moonshine to Champagne: The How and Why of Business Valuations

What is your business worth? Business valuations can help determine the fair market value of an organization and are essential when contemplating a change in ownership. This enlightening and interesting presentation will also highlight the other purposes for which a valuation is needed. Following the presentation, attendees will understand how future returns affect an entity’s value as demonstrated to lenders, potential buyers, and other stakeholders.
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Cindy McSwain avatar

Thieves Within Part 1: Are You A Victim of Your Own Employees?

Could you afford to lose 5% of your annual revenues to fraud? For many organizations, it’s not IF you’re experiencing fraud, but WHERE it’s happening. Although small or medium-sized entities likely don’t have the resources for sophisticated fraud-prevention strategies, this presentation will outline ways to mitigate the most important fraud risks by understanding where fraud is mostly likely to occur and putting some simple processes in place.
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Cindy McSwain avatar Jandrea Blumanhourst avatar

Thieves Within Part 2: Powerful Fraud Prevention Tools for Small Business

While no business is immune to fraud, small businesses can be more vulnerable because they may lack the personnel or resources to put sophisticated technology in place or separate duties appropriately. However, the most important ways to help prevent fraud don’t require major expenditures: an understanding of the basic principles and role of proper internal controls and a strong ethical culture.
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Holly Rook avatar

What Determines Value in a Bank? Purchase Price Allocation Trends and Tips

Understanding the fair market value of your bank is critical for potential changes in ownership. Learn how a bank’s fair market value is determined and what some of the key value drivers are that you may be overlooking. Holly will also provide tips on how to be proactive during the purchase price allocation process for your management team’s success and peace of mind.
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Business Transition

Marjorie Engle avatar

5 Surefire Ways to Screw Up Your Family Business

Family businesses are unique animals with all of the thrills and challenges of nonfamily businesses plus the additional complications that can stem from working with family. Join AGH’s Marjorie Engle as she presents key mistakes many family businesses make and provides recommendations for how to avoid them. From employment and compensation to family conflicts and planning processes, she will have steps that you can implement to help improve the odds that your organization runs well, your employees are happy, and your family life stays peaceful.
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Michael Shook avatar Gary Gibbs avatar

Exit Strategies for Owners Part 1: Taking Your Company to Market

Taking a long-term view on the exit strategy will help a business owner make decisions that can maximize the company’s value at sale. Presenters will review types of potential exit strategies, including their relative tax efficiency, and how various aspects of the business can affect potential buyers’ level of interest.
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Michael Shook avatar Cathy McEwen avatar

Exit Strategies for Business Owners Part 2: Passing on Your Legacy to Family or Employees

If you’re considering a transition to the next generation of a family business or to a small group of internal leaders, your transition will be different from outright sale to another company. We’ll outline a process to help business owners set up the next owners for success in financing, transitioning and operating your business.
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Marjorie Engle avatar

Building Your Bench for Success:
Management and Key Position Succession Planning

Succession planning is something many companies consider only when a CEO or president becomes ill, is close to retirement or is terminated. Yet many other positions in your company are “mission-critical” and can slow or stop your business’ operations. This session will illustrate how you can systematically identify and address the gaps between the needs of today and the requirements of the organization in the future. Participants will be provided information and tools that will allow them to implement gap-reduction strategies and make decisions about how to build the bench strength for the future.
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Compensation & Benefits

Carrie Cox avatar

Become A Destination Employer: 5 Factors You Must Get Right

Employers are struggling more now to find top talent than at any time since 2007. Just as job candidates must create a strong resume, employers must put together a powerful combination of incentives (and not just pay) to compete in the labor market. In this webinar, learn the factors that go into becoming a sought-after destination employer, evaluate how your own organization stacks up, and what you can do to increase your odds in the competition for talent.
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Carrie Cox avatar

Conducting a Compensation Review -
Why Now and How to Get it Done

As organizations begin to grow again, it is essential to recruit and retain the best talent – and a key component of that is appropriate compensation. When pay is viewed as fair for the work performed, employees are more likely to be engaged and satisfied with their work. Pay has to be “right” before other aspects of employment aspects even matter. In this webinar, we’ll discuss the importance of designing a compensation strategy and structure, the basic process for conducting a compensation review, and how you can establish a base pay structure for your organization.
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Carrie Cox avatar

FLSA Overtime Pay Changes: What They Mean for You

The Department of Labor announces overtime pay eligibility changes; virtually all employers affected. Learn what has been changed, how you can comply with the new regulations, and understand specific situations that could affect your options.
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Sonia Phillips avatar Cindy McSwain avatar

Payroll Fringe Benefits Reporting and Taxation: What Employers Should Know

What many employers don’t realize is that the additional perks they provide may be taxable to their employees. Join AGH’s Cindy McSwain and Sonia Phillips as they explain how you can determine what fringe benefits your organization currently offers and whether you should be reporting and withholding taxes for them.
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Sonia Phillips avatar Cindy McSwain avatar

How to Prepare for Year-End and 2017 Payroll Compliance

Ever-changing legislation and regulations continue to complicate payroll compliance. Join AGH’s Cindy McSwain and Sonia Phillips to drill down into the specifics of what you must identify, calculate, analyze and report by January 2017 to avoid the potential of fines and penalties for noncompliance.
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Brad Bechtel avatar

Measuring What Matters in Your 401(k) Plan for Recruitment, Retention and Reward

Ever feel like your 401(k) plan is not keeping up with the Joneses or maybe just not living up to your expectations? Ever wonder what other companies are doing with their 401(k) plans to recruit and retain employees? Would you like to learn how to help your owners and highly paid employees maximize their savings? As your business grows and your employees' needs change, is your 401(k) plan keeping up with your long-term needs and goals?
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David Darby avatar Brad Bechtel avatar

The Buck Stops with You: Retirement Plan Liability Management

As a plan sponsor, you alone bear the fiduciary responsibility of managing your company’s retirement plan – a responsibility that cannot be delegated to an investment advisor, outside trustee or recordkeeper. How do you manage the performance of the plan and act as a “prudent investor” on behalf of all participants while decreasing the company’s risk and your own personal liability?
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Eric Namee avatar Heather Smith avatar

Why Retirement Plans Fail – And How to Fix Them

One of retirement plan sponsors’ top priorities should be to ensure their plans meet the qualification requirements under Internal Revenue Code (IRC) section 401(a). Maintaining qualified status is often something that is easier said than done, however, due to the many complex and technical IRC requirements. As a result, some plan sponsors find themselves facing the severe consequences that can result from falling out of compliance. This webinar will cover common plan failures and how to fix them using the appropriate correction method based on the type of mistake, the significance of the error, and when it occurred.
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Mark Schmelzle Avatar Heather Smith Avatar

Qualified Retirement Plans: How to Avoid Common Errors
with Audits & Stay Ahead of Compliance Issues

If your organization's retirement plan has at least 100 eligible participants, your company is subject to an annual audit by a qualified third-party CPA firm. To avoid making mistakes that can lead to costly penalties and fines as well as drain your time, you must properly prepare for this audit. Failure to do so may subject your plan to a follow-up audit by the DOL and/or IRS, with the qualification of your plan at stake. Even if you're not required to have an audit of your plan, this session will cover the necessary operational tools to keep your plan in compliance with the applicable DOL and IRS requirements. Join us to discover how to self-audit your plan.
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Governance

Marjorie Engle's avatar

How to Create a Board of Directors That Boosts Your Organization

Do you have a board of directors that is making your organization better? If you answered “no,” you’re not alone; many organizations have stagnant or struggling boards that hinder more than they help. The key to an effective board starts with the right selection process. Join AGH Employer Solutions’ Marjorie Engle as she gives practical advice on the best ways to select and secure board members who will help propel your organization to where it needs to go in order to grow and thrive.
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Government

Tara Laughlin avatar

GASB Update: Prepare Now to Implement Successfully

The Government Accounting Standards Board (GASB) issued 11 new statements between February 2015 and March 2016, all of which become effective over the next two years. They are also working on 3 new statements which could significantly impact certain entities. The statements cover tax abatement disclosures, accounting and financial reporting for OPEB plans, pension issues, leases, and changes to fiduciary activity reporting. We will review the critical components and discuss how you can prepare now.
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Mike Lowry's avatar

GASB 68, Accounting and Financial Reporting for Pensions

More than ever before, there is a spotlight on pension reporting for state and local governments, and GASB 68 will make pension issues more transparent. As the implementation date is fast approaching, this webinar will provide an overview of several of the key changes. The primary objective of GASB 68 is to improve accounting and financial reporting by state and local governments for pensions. It also improves information provided by state and local governmental employers about financial support for pensions that is provided by other entities. GASB 68 replaces the requirements of Statement No. 27, Accounting for Pensions by State and Local Governmental Employers, as well as the requirements of Statement No. 50, Pension Disclosures.
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Shelly Hammond avatar

GASB Statement No. 72, Fair Value Measurement And Application

On February 27, 2015, the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) issued Statement No. 72, Fair Value Measurement and Application. The Statement provides guidance on the accounting and financial reporting for assets and liabilities measured at fair value for state and local governments. GASB’s goal is to enhance the comparability of governmental financial statements by requiring fair value be measured using a consistent definition and accepted valuation techniques. This standard also expands fair value disclosures to provide information for users of financial statements about the impact of fair value measurements on a government’s financial position.
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Benjamin Hart's avatar

Government Financial Series:
Before You Do It Yourself, Ask These Questions

Doing more with less only stretches so far. Many government financial leaders are finding themselves forced to shift their focus to handling only those most strategic and mission-critical responsibilities. With less time to direct daily financial operations and accounting processes, how can you balance technical accuracy with making progress on your strategic priorities? The key is identifying and managing key partners who can carve out and handle defined areas of responsibility, freeing you up for the highest and best use of your expertise and knowledge.
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Benjamin Hart Avatar

Government Financial Management Part 1:
Budgeting for Outcomes - the Practical Application

Traditional budgeting processes can include line-item budgeting, program budgeting, and even building a budget from the ground up. Many communities across the U.S. will take last year’s budget, roll the numbers forward, and call it good. Budgeting for outcomes turns that process on its head ... starting with the end in mind. This session will introduce the audience to the concept of outcomes and how certain program budgeting decisions can be made based on what the community desires.
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Benjamin Hart's avatar

Government Financial Management Part 2:
Construction and Use of Common Fiscal Policies

Two common policies vital in the management of public sector funds are cash management or investment policies as well as debt management policies. The governing body typically takes on the role of establishing policies. Once adopted, these policies establish the framework upon which decisions are made. Two of these policies are critical in managing resources, both cash on hand and borrowed, which are used in funding activities. This session will introduce the attendee to the benefits and basics of both policies. Their creation is largely an interactive process between staff, elected officials, and sometimes experts in the field.
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Benjamin Hart avatar

Government Financial Management Part 3: Debt Management

To build and maintain the infrastructure that state and local governments are responsible for, financial leaders must often borrow funds. This webinar provides an overview of the different types of debt and how they are repaid, a summary of the GFOA’s key recommended best practices for debt management, and an outline of a finance officer/CFO’s responsibilities throughout the borrowing process. We’ll also offer guidance on the types of policies most appropriate for governments to put in place for debt management.
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Benjamin Hart's avatar

Government Financial Series:
How Long-Term Financial Planning Helps Save Critical Resources

Many CFOs and finance directors are so busy with daily firefighting that they lack time for the long view of financial management. Yet, actions today have direct, major consequences for your governmental entity 10 and even 20 years from now. We’ll provide an overview of why long-term financial planning is important and what its components are as well as what benefits it can deliver.
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Benjamin Hart avatar

Government Financial Series: How Long-Term Financial Planning Helps Save Critical Resources Part 2

Long-term financial planning is a best practice, says the Government Financial Officers Association. But how do you get started? Part 2 of our Long-Term Financial Planning series reviews the elements of a long-term financial plan and how it creates a roadmap for the entity’s financial environment. We’ll cover aspects of an environmental scan, revenue and expenditure forecasting, budget monitoring and reporting, and key financial ratios.
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Shelly Hammond avatar

The New Uniform Grant Guidance: Executive Overview

With the issuance of the new Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (the “Supercircular”), changes are coming for entities that receive and administer federal awards, and for their audits. With the implementation date coming up (December 2014), do you know if your organization and grants program managers are ready? What are the key areas of change, and what should you be considering over the next 6 months?
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Shelly Hammond avatar

The New Uniform Grant Guidance: Cost Allowability

The new Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (the “Supercircular”) provides increased focus on reducing fraud, waste and abuse in the use of federal grant funds. A key component includes determining costs that are allowable. With the implementation date of the new guidance fast approaching (December 2014), do you know what has changed so you’ll be ready?
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Shelly Hammond avatar

The New Uniform Grant Guidance: Grants Administration

One of the OMB’s goals in issuing the new Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (the “Supercircular”) was to reduce the administrative burden associated with federal grants. Did they actually achieve that goal? Changes intended to “streamline” the guidance could actually lead to more requirements for some entities. Are you ready?
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Shelly Hammond's avatar

Uniform Grant Guidance: Overview, Changes and Lessons Learned

The Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (Uniform Grant Guidance), became effective in December 2014. The Guidance changed how entities administer federal awards, increasing the focus on reducing fraud, waste and abuse.
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Health Care Reform

Carrie Cox's avatar

ACA Reporting Starts in 2016: Are You Ready?

Join Carrie Cox for an informative discussion that will touch on the various legal requirements, risk exposure, and business considerations and impacts that will result from the required reporting that begins in 2016. She will discuss which companies will be required to report (including those who may qualify for transition relief), key deadlines, information that is needed for reporting, and review key aspects of the forms.
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Information Technology

Ryan Burrus avatar

Information Risk is Business Risk: Find and Manage Yours [UPDATED]

Today’s organizations face an increasingly complex array of risks related to potential threats to key information assets. Unchecked, these risks can threaten an organization’s business processes and impair its ability to meet its mission and goals. An effective risk assessment process can help identify, prioritize, and mitigate those risks. This webinar defines the information risks facing companies and how they can assess and create proactive strategies that reduce the likelihood of potential serious problems.
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Not-For-Profit

Shelly Hammond avatar

The New Uniform Grant Guidance: Executive Overview

With the issuance of the new Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (the “Supercircular”), changes are coming for entities that receive and administer federal awards, and for their audits. With the implementation date coming up (December 2014), do you know if your organization and grants program managers are ready? What are the key areas of change, and what should you be considering over the next 6 months?
Click to watch.

Shelly Hammond avatar

The New Uniform Grant Guidance: Cost Allowability

The new Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (the “Supercircular”) provides increased focus on reducing fraud, waste and abuse in the use of federal grant funds. A key component includes determining costs that are allowable. With the implementation date of the new guidance fast approaching (December 2014), do you know what has changed so you’ll be ready?
Click to watch.

Shelly Hammond avatar

The New Uniform Grant Guidance: Grants Administration

One of the OMB’s goals in issuing the new Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (the “Supercircular”) was to reduce the administrative burden associated with federal grants. Did they actually achieve that goal? Changes intended to “streamline” the guidance could actually lead to more requirements for some entities. Are you ready?
Click to watch.

Shelly Hammond's avatar

Uniform Grant Guidance: Overview, Changes and Lessons Learned

The Uniform Administrative Requirements, Cost Principles, and Audit Requirements for Federal Awards (Uniform Grant Guidance), became effective in December 2014. The Guidance changed how entities administer federal awards, increasing the focus on reducing fraud, waste and abuse.
Click to watch.

Carrie Cox avatar

For Not-For-Profit Boards & Leadership: Conducting a Compensation Review - Why Now and How to Get It Done

All organizations need to understand how their compensation strategy and pay structures factor into their ability to recruit and retain the best talent. Not-for-profits are no exception, and when it comes to executive pay, these organizations must also consider IRS scrutiny. In this webinar, we’ll discuss the importance of having a defined compensation strategy and structure, the basic process for conducting a compensation review and establishing base pay ranges, and how you can protect your organization and board of directors when it comes to determining executive compensation.
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Organizational Development

Marjorie Engle avatar

5 Surefire Ways to Screw Up Your Family Business

Family businesses are unique animals with all of the thrills and challenges of nonfamily businesses plus the additional complications that can stem from working with family. Join AGH’s Marjorie Engle as she presents key mistakes many family businesses make and provides recommendations for how to avoid them. From employment and compensation to family conflicts and planning processes, she will have steps that you can implement to help improve the odds that your organization runs well, your employees are happy, and your family life stays peaceful.
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Daniel White's avatar

6 Steps to Improving Employee Soft Skills – Along With Productivity and Profitability

This practical and enlightening presentation outlines the process for helping employees improve their abilities to embrace change and work well with others, leading to improved business culture, productivity and employee performance.
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Carrie Cox avatar

Become A Destination Employer: 5 Factors You Must Get Right

Employers are struggling more now to find top talent than at any time since 2007. Just as job candidates must create a strong resume, employers must put together a powerful combination of incentives (and not just pay) to compete in the labor market. In this webinar, learn the factors that go into becoming a sought-after destination employer, evaluate how your own organization stacks up, and what you can do to increase your odds in the competition for talent.
Click to watch.

Marjorie Engle avatar

Building Your Bench for Success:
Management and Key Position Succession Planning

Succession planning is something many companies consider only when a CEO or president becomes ill, is close to retirement or is terminated. Yet many other positions in your company are “mission-critical” and can slow or stop your business’ operations. This session will illustrate how you can systematically identify and address the gaps between the needs of today and the requirements of the organization in the future. Participants will be provided information and tools that will allow them to implement gap-reduction strategies and make decisions about how to build the bench strength for the future.
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Marjorie Engle avatar

Destroying Employee Engagement Myths:
What Really Matters in Engaging Employees

Engaged employees who are committed, putting forth the extra effort and who truly feel connected to the organization don’t get that way because of a “program.” Specialty coffee or a free pizza day won’t inspire top talent or keep them from leaving your company if they work for a toxic manager. People leave managers, not companies. How are your managers doing in motivating your most valuable employees, and how can you help them do better?
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Carrie Cox avatar

How to Find Employees and Keep Them

Are you finding it difficult to attract and retain the right employees to run your organization effectively? You’re not alone. Join AGH Employer Solutions’ Carrie Cox as she discusses why the current employment environment is making it difficult to find and keep good talent, and what you can do to improve your recruitment and retention.
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Daniel White avatar

How to Magnify Employee Potential Using Positive Reinforcement

Unlike traditional employee recognition programs, positive reinforcement helps develop employees who not only do their jobs well but also look for opportunities to consistently go above and beyond. Join AGH’s Daniel White as he discusses the efforts managers can make to help their employees feel truly appreciated and recognized, leading to higher productivity and long-term commitment.
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Carrie Cox avatar

How to Win the Talent Wars Without Overpaying

When the job market is hot and the battle for talented employees is fierce, you must compensate competitively – not only in the currency of pay, but also in other ways most relevant to employees, such as benefits, workplace flexibility, and connection to work. Different employee types seek different rewards and benefits beyond pay; leverage these differences to improve recruitment and retention.
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Patrick Lowrance avatar

Organizational Ethics: When Right and Wrong is Not Black and White

Most of us probably believe we’ll “do the right thing” when ethical questions arise. But sometimes the “right thing” isn’t so clear-cut. This presentation outlines workplace situations requiring a decision among several possible options – some perhaps more ethical than others. AGH’s Patrick Lowrance will offer a framework to help guide ethical decisions and discuss how organizations can support and encourage an ethical environment.
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Darcee Datteri avatar

The Key to Harder Working, More Motivated Employees

How do you drive better performance and engage employees? Often, organizations look to their performance management systems to fix these things, but they are let down. Effective performance management combines formal processes with ongoing one-on-one manager/employee conversations to tie individuals to the organization’s vision and values and provide them with honest and timely feedback, resulting in improved engagement, retention and performance.
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Daniel White avatar

The Manager's Survival Guide to Coaching Employees with Poor Soft Skills

Every organization has them: employees who excel at the technical aspects of their roles but have difficulty working well with others. These employees can become an unneeded stressor to their coworkers and managers. However, there is hope. With the willingness to change and the right coaching, employees can improve their soft skills and better contribute to the productivity and profitability of their teams and the organization.
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Cindy McSwain avatar Jandrea Blumanhourst avatar

Successful Outsourcing: When to Do It & How to Manage It

When you have more responsibilities and priorities than hours in the day, great time management alone can’t help. The key is to identify which responsibilities only you can handle, and which ones could and should be outsourced. Outsourcing is as of much an art and science as being a good manager. This session will help you learn the pros and cons of outsourcing and the best practices that can make it work for you.
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Carrie Cox's avatar

Using HR Audits to Reduce Risk, Retain Employees and Improve Profitability

The results of HR audits help organizations reduce risk, increase productivity, enhance profits, and become an employer of choice. This presentation will provide an overview of the HR audit process as well as highlight the suggested areas and methods for review. It will also review specific ways organizations can use and benefit from HR audits.
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Daniel White avatar

Using Strategic Planning to Drive Long-Term Results

Does your organization have a strategic plan that drives it to success? While many organizations have plans, they may do little to motivate employees or create real results. Join AGH Employer Solutions’ Daniel White as he discusses what good strategic planning looks like as well as the common myths and mistakes.
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Shelly Hammond avatar

Why Is It So Difficult to Be Ethical?
A Practical Application of the AICPA Code of Conduct

The AICPA’s Code of Professional Conduct applies to members in public practice as well as those in business. Application of the Code is not always easy, and there may even be times where it does not directly apply to your situation – so what do you do? Join us to review practical applications of the Code, and frequently asked questions. We will also discuss recent proposed changes to the Code, and explore resources you can use every day.
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Risk Management

Ryan Burrus avatar

Information Risk is Business Risk: Find and Manage Yours [UPDATED]

Today’s organizations face an increasingly complex array of risks related to potential threats to key information assets. Unchecked, these risks can threaten an organization’s business processes and impair its ability to meet its mission and goals. An effective risk assessment process can help identify, prioritize, and mitigate those risks. This webinar defines the information risks facing companies and how they can assess and create proactive strategies that reduce the likelihood of potential serious problems.
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Tax

Cindy McSwain avatar

1099 Compliance in 2017: Prepare by Year-End 2016

Although they can seem complicated and tedious, 1099 forms are an essential part of tax reporting compliance. With new deadlines, it will be especially important to be ready to report in January 2017. Join AGH’s Cindy McSwain for a review of the new rules as well as helpful tips to help keep you on track.
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Tim Ellis avatar Shawn Sullivan avatar

Common Tax Traps and How to Avoid Them

Is your organization unknowingly failing to pay taxes it owes? Unfortunately, the answer to this question is “yes” more than you might think. Join AGH’s experienced tax advisors as they explain some of the common tax traps organizations fall into that could be exposing them to significant penalties.
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Adam Manlove avatar Bruce Stubbs avatar

Hidden Tax Strategies for Savvy Business Owners

Could significant tax savings be in your business’s future? Many times, less obvious but highly beneficial tax strategies remain overlooked. Join AGH’s experienced tax professionals as they help you better understand some of the options that can help make future tax payments less painful.
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Emily Keesling avatar Jennifer Allen avatar

Tax Changes and Planning for ’17: A Look Ahead

What’s changing for the upcoming tax season that business owners and high-net-worth individuals should know now? Key deadlines have changed for many tax filings, the PATH Act extended or made permanent a number of tax-saving methods, and no matter who’s elected, the tax rules will likely change. Two AGH tax professionals walk you through what to watch out for now.
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John Trowbridge's avatar

The Exporter's Guide to Tax Savings: IC-DISC

US exporters can save significant tax dollars by using a safe, relatively simple tax strategy called IC-DISC. We'll show you how the various benefits can work for most structures. Whether you use an IC-DISC for long-term deferral or permanent rate arbitrage, it can be an important tool for financing your company goals.
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