Pier & Associates
Pier & AssociatesOctober 16th, 2017 at 2:51pm
9 Tips to Get Your Small Business Accounting Practices in Order - Bookkeeping is a necessary chore of all businesses, helping you manage your operations and prevent an audit by giving the IRS what they need. To keep moving toward your long-term goals and improve profits, get your small business accounting practices in order with these essential tips http://bit.ly/2sNMump
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Pier & Associates
Pier & AssociatesOctober 11th, 2017 at 2:07pm
Broadway in Chicago announces full 2018 season - Broadway in Chicago announced its complete 2018 season lineup Monday, including its subscription series and off-season specials. Subscribers will see two pre-Broadway musicals: “Pretty Woman: The Musical” (March 13-April 15 at Oriental Theatre) and “The Cher Show” (June 12-July 15 at Oriental Theatre). Plus “The Color Purple” (July 17-29 at Auditorium Theatre), “On Your Feet!” (March 21-April 8 at Cadillac Palace) and “Waitress” (July 3-22 at Cadillac Palace). http://trib.in/2hBMXnq
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Pier & Associates
Pier & AssociatesOctober 9th, 2017 at 4:57pm
5 Ways Successful People Tackle Monday Morning - It seems like every entrepreneur is interested in learning how to get ahead early. But starting every day isn’t the same as starting a Monday. Mondays are proven to be harder to face. Many studies have shown that on Sunday afternoons, most people start to feel depressed. Maybe you’ve felt it. http://bit.ly/2yUzA8J
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Pier & Associates
Pier & AssociatesOctober 6th, 2017 at 5:21pm
What you need to know about the Equifax Data Breach - The hackers had access to data from May 2017 to July 2017, including names, birth dates, Social Security numbers, driver's license numbers and credit card numbers. As many as 143 million people in the United States were affected, as well as 400,000 in the United Kingdom and up to 100,000 consumers in Canada. http://bit.ly/2xnovfk
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Pier & Associates
Pier & AssociatesOctober 4th, 2017 at 3:40pm
Female CEOs in Chicago lose more ground - Is it a blip or a worrisome trend? With Ilene Gordon's announced retirement as food-ingredient maker Ingredion's CEO, Chicago's two largest women-run companies will revert to male CEOs. In 2014 Crain's assembled a list of Chicago's 20 most powerful women. Since then, five of the top eight, including Gordon and Mondelez International's Irene Rosenfeld, have left or announced their departures, with only one successor a female. http://bit.ly/2yHU6t3
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