March-8 2013

 

2013 BOB Award winners

2013 BOB Award winners

The sixth annual NHBR readers' poll of the best B-to-B companies in the Granite State.
Unitil CEO 2012 compensation up 24%

Unitil CEO 2012 compensation up 24%

Drop-off in road and bridge projects dampens N.H.’s future construction picture

Drop-off in road and bridge projects dampens N.H.’s future construction picture

Boston Fed chief to address N.H. business leaders

Boston Fed chief to address N.H. business leaders

Cartoon for the week of March 8

Cartoon for the week of March 8

Managing expectations in times of turbulence

Managing expectations in times of turbulence

Understanding ‘political risk’ has emerged as an important consideration in the wealth management profession
‘Cliff’ tax deal: What it means to you

‘Cliff’ tax deal: What it means to you

The good news is that there may finally be clarity around future tax policy
How Washington and Italy can damper optimism

How Washington and Italy can damper optimism

Ineptitude and fear of instability combine for disheartening economic news
New Hampshire business tax changes for 2013

New Hampshire business tax changes for 2013

Besides new laws, compensation audit activity remains on the radar
Single-owner businesses and LLC formation

Single-owner businesses and LLC formation

Even if you have a single employee or other person that you work closely with, forming one to conduct your business is a smart idea
Campaign finance, politicians and judges

Campaign finance, politicians and judges

Sooner or later, the issue will have to be addressed

Investing in education to boost the New Hampshire economy

Realigning all levels of New Hampshire’s educational system to better meet the needs of employers will require work at all levels
How to destroy your credibility

How to destroy your credibility

Self-promotion is a sure way to turn any audience off

Killing school choice hurts poor families

Repeal of the state Opportunity Scholarship Act would harm low-income children and taxpayers

Why does the IBEW want to kill jobs?

More is at stake than jobs for the union’s members

How employers are preparing for ACA 2014

Employers in every industry are taking steps now to comply with the Affordable Care Act’s pay-or-play rules, which become effective on Jan. 1, 2014

'Chained' CPI cuts Social Security benefits

There’s a budget proposal on the table – the “chained” consumer price index – that would cut over $623 million from Granite Staters’ Social Security and veterans’ COLA over the next 10 years.
Q&A with Entrepreneur Mark Galvin

Q&A with Entrepreneur Mark Galvin

An interview with serial entrepreneur Mark Galvin

Tax credits: A nonprofit's experience

Sylvania re-ups for NHMS sponsorship

Sylvania re-ups for NHMS sponsorship

With NASCAR still recovering from the downturn, 5-year extension is good news for Loudon track

Is natural gas price spike an omen for N.H.?

NHBR About Town: Week of March 8

NHBR About Town: Week of March 8