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You've achieved career success: What's next?
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For many high-level executives these days, sitting in the corner office isn't enough. Many who have accomplished a great deal in their profession are making time for "to step back and to look at that success and look at where they're going," said Lynda Applegate Martin Marshall Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, and Chair of the school's Entrepreneurial Management unit. More

E-filing mandate tightens for firms handling New York State tax returns
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Starting with the 2012 tax season, any firm filing more than 10 Federal fiduciary income tax returns will be required to file electronically, under the Worker, Homeownership, and Business Assistance Act of 2009. In addition, filers of New York State fidiciary income tax returns will face the same requirement. More

Microsoft adds 'do-not-track' tool to browser
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A new version of Microsoft Corporation's Internet Explorer will be the first major Web browser to include a do-not-track tool that helps people keep their online habits from being monitored. Microsoft's decision to include the tool in Internet Explorer 9 means Google Inc. and Apple Inc. are the only big providers of browsers that haven't declared their support for a do-not-track system in their products. In January, Mozilla Corp. said it would include a do-not-track feature in an upcoming version of its Firefox browser. Internet Explorer is the most widely used browser. More

Women may be the key to economic recovery
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Lynn Parramore, co-founder of Recessionwire, says "women are having an increasingly significant impact on the economic and cultural landscape" which she calls a "She-orientation" and believes it is time to take a fresh perspective on how women can help shape America's economic recovery and future. More

Working in retirement: Questions, questions, questions
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For many people these days, making retirement work means working in retirement. Maintaining a stream of income helps them afford the lifestyle they want when they stop working full time. But the idea of continuing to work raises all sorts of questions: What kind of work should I do? How will my income affect my Social Security benefits? What's the best way to manage my income from work, Social Security and my investments? More

Promotion: The only way isn't always up
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The value of any brand is based on the talent of the people in the organization. It is not a business that takes a revolutionary step or comes up with a must-have product, but the people behind the business. It is the final few words that make all the difference here — knowing what to do with the talent you have in your organization. More

Quick and easy IT productivity wins
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Big tech projects can provide huge long-term payoffs in IT efficiency, but sometimes it's the little things that have the biggest impact on productivity. After all, it's often those details — meetings, email, menial tasks — that keep you from tackling the important issues right away. Here are eight quick ways to boost IT productivity without investing tens of thousands of dollars or six months of resources. More

KPMG teams with National Academy Foundation to strengthen high school accounting education
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The National Academy Foundation, also known as NAF, has teamed with Big Four firm KPMG LLP and the KPMG Foundation in a move to strengthen high school accounting education at its Academies of Finance, also known as AOF, nationwide. Through this collaboration, the KPMG Foundation will make a substantial cash contribution to NAF over a period of years and KPMG LLP will work with NAF on their accounting curriculum. More

3 easy-to-adopt leadership traits
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Most managers desire to grow their leadership skills to be able to provide better guidance to their teams. But sometimes the "how" of stretching those abilities can be a little overwhelming, and the "when" can add even more stress to your already busy day. More

John Hancock CIO on why IT finance matters
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Even CIOs with tight IT finance management need to brace themselves for proving IT value in an era where their Net generation employees take computing personally and where bring-your-own-device turns asset management on its head. More
 
 


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