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5 things hiring managers know that job seekers don’t, from a recruiter who's placed hundreds of senior professionals
As a headhunter since 2011 and now as owner of my own recruitment firm, DG Recruit, I have had the pleasure of placing hundreds of professionals in roles ranging from senior to executive positions nationally. Here are a few things recruiters...
Baltimore, Bridgeport, Connecticut, among cost-effective tech areas
Tech continues to be a lucrative profession in the United States for those who have cemented a place in the workforce with their skills. A key finding in the survey is that cities not associated with tech are becoming places worth looking at for...
Towns Begin Grappling With Loss Of Tax Revenue On Homes With Crumbling Foundations
Even as dozens of homes with crumbling foundations are repaired this summer through state funding, hundreds or thousands more will await a fix indefinitely while their value to the homeowner is cut almost in half. Since 2016, property owners...
Some cities and towns see tax-break deals as key to economic growth
A number of Connecticut municipalities use tax breaks or incentives to stimulate growth. But for some, particularly cities like Hartford and New Haven with high tax rates, they can be the literal lifeblood of much of the economic development...
State Launches Quality Assessment, Cost Estimator Tool
A new web tool released by the Office of Health Strategy Wednesday is expected to help consumers assess the quality of hospitals and provider networks. The Healthscore CT website, which went live Wednesday, currently helps consumers see how...
3 Simple Workflow Tweaks to Increase Your Productivity
How you manage and complete work sits at the heart of running a successful, scalable, freedom-driven firm, yet few know how to do it well. Many firms struggle to understand how to improve workflow in order to create their dream firm. After...
More States are Allowing Businesses to Absorb Sales Tax
Recently, Pennsylvania and Texas allowed businesses to absorb sales tax, meaning they can pay the tax due rather than collect it from the consumer. Is this a new trend? It used to be against the law for a business to absorb sales tax in...
New report shows CT still lags the nation in personal income growth
Personal income surged nationally this year in a way not seen since 2011 — but growth in Connecticut still lagged most of the nation, according to a new analysis from Pew Charitable Trusts. Personal income in the U.S. rose by 2 percent in the...
Michael Knight of Knight Rolleri Sheppard CPAs Quoted in Bloomberg Article: Connecticut Residents Warned State’s SALT Workaround Won’t Hold Up
Michael Knight, a partner with Knight Rolleri Sheppard, CPAs, LLP (with offices in Fairfield and Greenwich), was quoted in the Bloomberg.com article "Connecticut Residents Warned State’s SALT Workaround Won’t Hold Up."
Robert Lally Pens 'Hartford Courant' Op-Ed "Some people are moving out of state, but I'm not one of them. Here's why."
After living in Avon for 28 years, my house is for sale. I have answered so many inquiries that I finally put a sign up under the “For Sale” sign that reads: “Moving across town, staying in CT, love Avon.”