Resource Archives: 2017

Posted by: Pete Miller · Sep 20, 2017

Worried about how the Equifax data breach might have affected you? The Federal Trade Commission recently released a step-by-step informational to help you determine your security—and figure out what to do if your information has been compromised. Approximately 143 million Americans were affected by the breach, which lasted from mid-May through July 2017.

What Now?

Not sure if your information has been compromised? The Federal Trade Commission suggests all credit users check their reports, place a credit freeze on their files, monitor their existing credit card and bank accounts, place fraud alerts on their files, and file their taxes early. 

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Posted by: Hillary Parker · Aug 18, 2017

In January 2017, the Leading Edge Global Alliance (LEA) released its 2017 National Manufacturing Outlook and Insights Survey.  LEA, of which Clark Nuber is a founding member, is the second largest international association of CPA Firms in the world, creating a high-quality alliance of 220 firms focused on accounting, financial and business advisory services.

In an effort to better understand the outlook manufacturers have for 2017, the challenges they face, and the strategies they believe will be most effective, the public accounting firms of the Leading Edge Alliance conducted a survey of member firms’ manufacturing clients and prospects.The survey polled more than 250 manufacturing executives across the country.

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Posted by: Clark Nuber Apr 24, 2017

In response to the 2004 Senate hearings regarding numerous not-for-profit scandals, the Panel on the Nonprofit Sector was convened to come up with principles of self-regulation for the industry. The result of the Panel’s work: 33 principles that act as best practices for board governance. This video is the 33rd in a series that will include a summary of each principle and information on how to implement it.

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Posted by: Clark Nuber Apr 24, 2017

In response to the 2004 Senate hearings regarding numerous not-for-profit scandals, the Panel on the Nonprofit Sector was convened to come up with principles of self-regulation for the industry. The result of the Panel’s work: 33 principles that act as best practices for board governance. This video is the 32nd in a series that will include a summary of each principle and information on how to implement it.

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Posted by: Clark Nuber Apr 24, 2017

In response to the 2004 Senate hearings regarding numerous not-for-profit scandals, the Panel on the Nonprofit Sector was convened to come up with principles of self-regulation for the industry. The result of the Panel’s work: 33 principles that act as best practices for board governance. This video is the 31st in a series that will include a summary of each principle and information on how to implement it.

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Posted by: Clark Nuber Apr 24, 2017

In response to the 2004 Senate hearings regarding numerous not-for-profit scandals, the Panel on the Nonprofit Sector was convened to come up with principles of self-regulation for the industry. The result of the Panel’s work: 33 principles that act as best practices for board governance. This video is the 30th in a series that will include a summary of each principle and information on how to implement it.

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Posted by: Sarah Huang · Apr 24, 2017

In response to the 2004 Senate hearings regarding numerous not-for-profit scandals, the Panel on the Nonprofit Sector was convened to come up with principles of self-regulation for the industry. The result of the Panel’s work: 33 principles that act as best practices for board governance. This video is the 29th in a series that will include a summary of each principle and information on how to implement it.

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Posted by: Clark Nuber Apr 24, 2017

In response to the 2004 Senate hearings regarding numerous not-for-profit scandals, the Panel on the Nonprofit Sector was convened to come up with principles of self-regulation for the industry. The result of the Panel’s work: 33 principles that act as best practices for board governance. This video is the 28th in a series that will include a summary of each principle and information on how to implement it.

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Posted by: Vincent J. Stevens · Apr 24, 2017

In response to the 2004 Senate hearings regarding numerous not-for-profit scandals, the Panel on the Nonprofit Sector was convened to come up with principles of self-regulation for the industry. The result of the Panel’s work: 33 principles that act as best practices for board governance. This video is the 27th in a series that will include a summary of each principle and information on how to implement it.

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