Leader in the Spotlight

A famous former Cleveland Browns coach, Sam Rutigliano, once contrasted his experience going from assistant coach to head coach. He said that after the game, as an assistant coach, you talked with the players, put on your jacket and drove home. When he became head coach, the end of the game seemed like the start […]

Captain America: Cleveland hero or villain?

Posted by on Jun 11, 2013 in Accounting Matters | No Comments
Captain America: Cleveland hero or villain?

The filming of Captain America in downtown Cleveland has generated a lot of negative press lately (is there really any other kind?). Many local business owners have paid the price for the movies takeover of several of our streets throughout the shooting – limiting access to their services during their peak hours. The latest, Cuyahoga […]

Planning for Uncertainty

Posted by on Apr 15, 2013 in Accounting Matters | No Comments

Keeping your job may sometimes be out of your control, but you may be able to better control your finances with some cautionary moves: Getting a home loan, refinancing or applying for a better line of credit is best done while you have a job. So, do your loan search and lock in your borrowing […]

Unemployment applications hit 4-month high

Posted by on Feb 6, 2013 in Accounting Matters, Uncategorized | No Comments

Six years into The Great Recession and we’re still trying to get Americans back to work. Weekly applications for unemployment increased by 28,000 to (a seasonally adjusted) 385,000, the Labor Department said Thursday. It was the third straight weekly increase and the highest level since late November. Our government relies on perception (manipulation) to influence […]