The Case For The Johnson Amendment

The Case For The Johnson Amendment

“Doing what’s right isn’t the problem. It is knowing what’s right.” – President Lyndon B. Johnson One highlight amid the chaos emanating from Washington, D.C. last week was the president’s butchering of the National Prayer Breakfast. That’s...
The Origin of the NORAD Tracker

The Origin of the NORAD Tracker

  “It is the small everyday deeds of ordinary folk that keep the darkness at bay. Small acts of kindness and love.” – J.R.R. Tolkien We’re setting aside our usual technical topics — corporate law, taxes, estate planning, and the Angry Creamcicle — for today....
When The Customer Isn’t Always Right

When The Customer Isn’t Always Right

“Thank your customer for complaining and mean it. Most will never bother to complain. They’ll just walk away.” ― Marilyn Suttle We all have different businesses and goals. Client service is what unites us all, along with the old adage of the customer always...
Selling a Business? Open the Books

Selling a Business? Open the Books

“Everyone lives by selling something.” – Robert Louis Stevenson On Tuesday, we looked at the idea of a purchase or acquisition from the buyer’s point of view. Today, we’ll provide a snapshot from the seller’s POV. One item of major importance was the seller’s tax...
Father’s Day Blog

Father’s Day Blog

Once again, for father’s day, I am turning over blog-writing responsibilities to my daughters, or, as I refer to them, the Management Committee. Go for it, girls! I’m Eleanor. I am the oldest sister and the sister in charge of writing for my dad today. I have two...