Age Discrimination in Hiring is a Problem

I have to admit that when I was in my ‘30s and ‘40s, I never thought I’d write about age discrimination, but now that I’m in my ‘50s and seen it first-hand, I wanted to share my thoughts on this topic.

Coincidently, there was a syndicated article in yesterday’s Dallas Morning News, “Age Discrimination in Hiring […]

Realizing a Shift Change in the Way I Consume Content

It took me awhile, but I’m finally realizing what others have been talking about for so long. The way I consume content has changed – and I think it’s changed for the better.

I still get a daily print newspaper; for some reason, I cannot conceive reading my Dallas Morning News online. No, I’m not a […]

Resigning a Client: Four Years Later, It Was the Right Decision

No matter what type of business you’re in, it’s never easy to resign a client. Yet, the benefits far outweigh the drawbacks.

We resign clients based on a number of reasons. Perhaps the scope of engagement changed and you don’t provide that kind of service … or the client may not be paying their bills. Then […]

A First-Class View of the World

I just came back last night from the AICPA Advanced Personal Financial Planning Conference in Vegas (CPAs who also do financial planning – I am editor for their newsletter) and had the pleasure of sitting in First Class, thanks to my good friend Catherine who had first-class upgrades to use before they expired at the […]

Is There Such a Thing as Being Too Nice?

One of my daily fees is Intuit’s Small Business Blog. If you are not familiar with it, you should be. This is the blog that is part of Intuit’s Small Business Division – and shouldn’t be confused with the blog that I work on, Intuit Accountants News Central. That one is part of Intuit’s Accounting […]