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Critical Thinking and Change

If we change the way we think, we may have a better chance of changing. https://hbr.org/2019/05/3-simple-habits-to-improve-your-critical-thinking?utm_source=linkedin&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=hbr ...
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Avoid Stink Bombs in Job Costing

“This thing is like an onion. The more layers you peel, the more it stinks.” Seinfeld’s George Costanza may have been talking silly conspiracies, but he might as well have been talking about job costing too. Because nearly every construction company knows that the more layers of cost you have factored into your projects, the more likely they will come ...
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The Big Tax Questions for April 15th

After months of seeing how the new tax rates are affecting paychecks, most people want to know how it’s all going to shake out come April 15th. Here are two questions our clients have been asking most frequently. How is the $10,000 deduction limit on my state income and property taxes going to affect my return? Should I alter my ...
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Will The Government Shutdown Affect Tax Filling?

https://www.accountingweb.com/tax/irs/will-the-government-shutdown-affect-tax-filing?source=ei010919 ...
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Last Minute Tax Tips for Savings in 2018 for Individuals and Business Owners

There has been a lot of confusion and premature calculating as to how the changes in the new tax law are going to affect next year’s returns for both businesses and individuals. With the year almost up, we are working with clients to assist them with making smart end-of-year decisions as to how they can reduce their taxes. Here are ...
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St. Vincent DePaul Food Drive

St. Vincent De Paul Thrift Shop – A Long Time Client of Avrio Solutions Dennis Chang, a manager at St. Vincent De Paul Thrift Shop was recently honored and given the; “Disciples of Mercy” award at the Justice for All dinner in Atlantic City. Dennis has been the manager at the thrift shop for 20 years. Dennis stepped in when ...
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2018 Taxes: Changes…

Tax Law Changes for 2018 What To Expect As a full service accounting firm, we are preparing our clients for what lies ahead in their 2018 tax filings. Here are some issues to be aware of, including what led us here and where these changes may take us in the future. What Was For taxpayers who itemized their deductions in ...
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Governor Murphy Signs New Jersey Budget

New Jersey's state government didn't close down after all, and Gov. Phil Murphy moments before midnight Sunday signed a brand new state budget that will take us into next July. Over the past four months, Murphy and fellow Democrats who run the New Jersey Legislature fought tooth and nail over taxes, spending, and who was playing dirty pool in their public relations war. But how will the ...
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3 Things Great Leaders Would Never Say

On the flip side, you'll most likely never find these words coming out of the mouths of confident and smart leaders. "That's not my problem." Hearing this shouted across the hall when you're asking for help or input on something important reveals an uncaring and detached attitude that screams "I'm not a team player." Granted, no one should jump and ...
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3 Things Great Leaders Say

You may think a leader speaks with charisma and bravado. Perhaps, if on a stage presenting a product launch to an audience of 500 (for example, Steve Jobs). But in close teams and interpersonal interactions that build trust, authenticity wins out every time. Here's what you'll hear from the most effective and humble leaders. "That was my fault." Great leaders put ...
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