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April 24, 2024 0 Comments

Wage Growth Outpaces Pricing Growth Wages in the electrical contracting industry rose moderately year-over-year in Q4, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Meanwhile, BLS data show that producer prices for nonresidential electrical contractors have been

April 24, 2024 0 Comments

Few business owners truly understand the complex dynamics of making a deal. Having never participated in selling a business before, the majority of business owners are blissfully unaware of what it takes to turn the dream of

April 22, 2024 0 Comments

Law Firm Wage Growth Outruns PricingUS producer prices charged by law firms are not rising as fast as industry wages, which could suggest some firms’ margins may be squeezed by higher labor costs. In late Q3 2023,

April 22, 2024 0 Comments

Wage Growth Outpaces Price GrowthProducer prices charged by nonresidential HVAC and plumbing contractors have risen steadily in 2023 and, by Q4, were up slightly over the same period in 2022, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). However, BLS data

April 22, 2024 0 Comments

Firms Raise Fees Investment bankers and securities brokers significantly increased their prices during 2023. Industry employment and average wages for nonsupervisory employees increased slightly during the period.News Spotlight:As M&A deals return, banks want to switch up their associates and

April 16, 2024 0 Comments

The simple fact is that selling your business is likely to be the single most important financial decision you’ll ever make.  With this important fact in mind, it is essential that you prepare far in advance.  Let’s

April 8, 2024 0 Comments

If you own a family-owned business, you may feel as though there are more factors to consider when it’s time to sell. In this article, we’ll examine some of the best options that business owners can use.

April 2, 2024 0 Comments

A key part of the American Dream is the notion of being financially independent and controlling one’s own fate. While times have changed, the idea of the American Dream is alive and well. Entrepreneurs have long realized