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Re-energize your business plan (access required)

With summer halfway over, it’s time to dig up that business development plan you created for New Year’s. Have you achieved your mid-year goals? If the answer is no, here are a few tips to help you re-energize your business ...

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Project owners ought to close the loop

During a busy development project, it’s often difficult for an owner to take time to manage all the details related to the performance of its contractor or designer. Tackling important issues as they arise, however, can be critical to a ...

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Idaho Hispanic business owners: Take a trip to SLC

Because I don’t really know that much about our local Hispanic business community, I jumped at the chance to attend a luncheon July 24 to meet Juancarlos Judd. In addition to his role as Zions Bank’s senior vice president diverse ...

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Health care reform, Idaho’s physician shortage and telemedicine

As has been widely published, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) has had a significant impact on Idaho’s health care and health insurance industries. Rising health care costs, increased insurance premiums and decreasing access to care have all ...

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Tracking employees via GPS may generate TMI

There are a lot of good reasons why employers might want to track company vehicles through a GPS monitoring device – from managing logistics and efficiency, to enforcing compliance with company policies and procedures, to ensuring employees’ safety. However, where ...

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Accomplish your marketing goals without breaking the bank (access required)

Few firms have the luxury of an unlimited marketing budget — especially small firms, and especially now. But even if you don’t have the budget to support your ultimate wish list, there are inexpensive ways to ensure you can still ...

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Retirement planning for the self-employed

One of the biggest concerns I hear from my clients is their fear that they will “outlive their money.” Everyone has seen the advertisements and web sites offering to calculate how much money you need to save to be able ...

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Tech tips for the traveling lawyer

I travel — a lot. So I figured I’d pass along some of my favorite technology tools and apps for those of you who also spend a lot of time on the road. First and foremost, invest in a powerful, ...

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Begin your writing process with a summary

I’ve been working to help a client streamline multiple policy documents into one handbook. The task is enormous. For years no one was responsible for monitoring information, ensuring it was fresh and relevant, or removing outdated items. Instead, once a ...

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