As the old adage goes, the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. People are hesitant to jump out of their comfort zones - especially when it comes to turning a profit - but pivoting in a different direction is sometimes the best way to improve your business.
Could your company use a boost? Let's dive in and explore how you can switch things up and turn toward success!
Last Tuesday, voters cast their ballots in a round of primary elections for federal, state and local offices. In the business world, people vote every day, selecting products and services based on how effectively companies tailor their campaign to customers.
If you want to breathe new life into your business, put on your campaign hat and start running it like a political race! Here are some things to consider and ways to win your customers' vote!
Dalton Mudd started at Sponsel as an intern in the midst of tax
season last year. He joined the tax services staff as a full-time member this January. His duties include preparing tax returns for individuals, businesses and not-for-profits, as well as advising and performing research for clients about any tax related questions they may have.
Dalton earned his bachelor's degree in accounting and finance from Marian University, where he also played for the men's soccer team, the Knights.
2017 Tax Cuts & Jobs Act page for our Deep Dives and tax summaries - a series of articles in which Sponsel staff members provide an in-depth look at individual aspects of the new tax law and how they might affect you or your business.