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By Marie Schwartz
The health care industry in general and Medicaid in particular are undergoing a demographic shift as a generation of boomers who have been working in the field for decades is starting to retire.
By Rebecca Isaacs
The Treasury Department and IRS ruled on August 29, 2013, that, for federal tax purposes, legally married same-sex couples will be treated as married, whether or not they live in a state that recognizes same-sex marriages.
By Ed Daranyi
Do your requests for proposals become all about the requirements?
By Brandon Milton
I, Brandon Milton, am a Senior Consultant in BerryDunn’s Government Consulting Group.
By Brad Hanscom
Many state departments of motor vehicles still rely on "mainframe computers" as part of their legacy system environments.
By Clinton Davies
higher education, information technology, IT
By Sarah Olson
HR, Human Resources, job search, recruiting
By Matthew Litz
Most estate plans deal with issues involving the transfer of tangible assets but not digital assets.
By Cheryl Bascomb
PowerPoint as a tool certainly has its limitations and frustrations.
By Dan Vogt
A discussion on the undergoing transformation experienced by the healthcare sector.
By Robert Smalley
I am not one who is usually inspired by people. Once in a while, a specific quote or an individual performance will stick with me, but almost never a person. I am not sure why. Maybe because I recognize that no one person in the world is perfect, and eventually most of my "idols" get knocked down by scandal.
By Rebecca Isaacs
The case of United States v. Windsor, has specific implications for the tax treatment for same-sex marriages.
By Clinton Davies, Dan Vogt
A summary of the five steps to ensure the ICD-10 compliance.
By Roger Prince
On July 9, the IRS issued Notice 2013-45, which formalizes the one-year delay in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) information reporting and employer "play or pay" rules first announced on July 2.
By John Chandler
Contemporary self-help literature, particularly as it relates to management, leadership, and personal growth, is lousy with references to the "fact" that the Chinese symbols for crisis and opportunity are one and the same.