Friday Five Business Briefing – August 24, 2018
Here’s news to help you run your business better, including answers from the IRS on pass-through deductions and how spending time in nature benefits you and your team.
- The IRS finally provides (some) guidance on the 20% pass-through deduction — When the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was signed into law last December, it created a lot of questions on how the pass-through deduction works. Forbes contributor Tony Nitti explains the good and bad of the new regulations.
- Do disagreeable people make the best employees? — A disagreeable “giver” can help organizations avoid complacency. Get the whole story on how contrarians can challenge the status quo and push for painful but necessary changes.
- Planning to sell your business? — When it’s time to put your exit strategy in place, avoid these four major mistakes that could sabotage your plans.
- Get more attention from Google — Google My Business is the place where you can control how your business appears on Google Search, Google Maps and Google+. Find out how to leverage Google My Business to reach more customers
- It’s the end of August and you’re stuck in the office — Going outdoors for even just a few minutes can improve your health. Find out how nature can boost team and individual performance.
Thank you to our Friday Five sources: Forbes, Quartz at Work, Inc. and Harvard Business Review.
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