Virtual Offices: Keep it Simple

The world has been inundated with advice and counsel on how to work effectively from home. My advice to you -- keep it simple.  Focus on (1) your effectiveness, (2) your presentation, and (3) your com... Read More

Could Communications Have Slowed Virus?

As of this writing, I live in the County with the highest “cases per capita” of the coronavirus in the State of Indiana.  Is it a source of concern?  Of course.  A source of bewilderment?  Perhaps.  A... Read More

COVID-19: Q1 Market Update

In light of recent and developing events, let’s take a quick quarter-end assessment of the situation: COVID-19 unexpectedly broke out across the globe and was deemed a pandemic. What initially appeare... Read More

Times of Uncertainty

These last few weeks have been a trying time for many. For our healthcare workers, for our grocery store employees, for our essential businesses, for our fellow Hoosiers and for our farmers, we’ve all... Read More

I Hate to Be the Bearer of Good News…

In a world before COVID-19, companies and organizations frequently shared good news via press releases, social media posts or targeted media pitching. But the past few weeks have brought new challenge... Read More

CARES Act: Paycheck Protection Program

If you are a small business or self-employed individual under financial stress due to the Coronavirus, the Paycheck Protection Program is intended to help you through this difficult time by providing... Read More

CARES Act: Benefits for Families

On March 27, 2020, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law. The almost 900 pages of legislation are jam-packed with programs designed to help taxpayers navig... Read More