From automation to AI, technology continues to be embraced with aplomb in the accounting services industry.
While the nature of business and work has changed in many professions over the past few decades, especially in recent years, one of the most dramatic has been in the field of accounting.
The percentage of people who eat plant-based foods is ticking upward.
How are food and beverage manufacturers in the Rochester region embracing sustainability when it comes to food waste and eco-friendly packaging?
From field to fork, beginning in March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic put an unprecedented strain on the global food and beverage supply chain.
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A report shows the continued resignation and migration of leaders and staff from higher education institutions remains a top concern.
The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, President Biden’s signature climate legislation, expanded existing energy credits and added new credits, many of which are now refundable for tax-exempt organizations.
As students begin arriving at colleges and universities to kick off their fall semester, they’ll have generative AI tools with them they didn’t have this time last year.
When the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on affirmative action at universities was handed down earlier this summer, Nazareth University was not only ready to deal with the aftermath, but it was also ahead of the curve when it came to ensuring equity and access for its students, staff and faculty.
No experienced buyer purchases a company without learning everything there is to know about it. That process is known as due diligence.
Finding out what motivates a client is part of a holistic and behavioral approach to financial planning, which involves budgeting, retirement planning, investments, insurance and estate planning.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is set to expire at the end of 2025. With it will come significant changes for businesses and individuals.