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Ep. 30 – Raffa Nonprofit Sector Tax Update: Finally! Proposed Guidance from the IRS on TCJA

Join nonprofit tax experts Aaron Fox and Frank Smith as they walk through the recent release of proposed guidance 2018-67 and discuss implications to UBI calculations across the sector.

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Tired of Being Trapped in Meetings? Here’s How to Make Them Worthwhile

Posted by Raffa Financial Services on 9/17/2018 Raise your hand if you love random meetings!

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Retail Sales Eased and more

Financial News and Portfolio Management Discussion through September 15th All the news you need to stay informed about what’s currently driving the market — courtesy of Raffa Wealth Management, LLC. Global stocks gained over the week on easing trade war … Continue reading

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Yes, Social Media Can Cost You Your Job.

Posted by Raffa Financial Services on 9/13/2018 In the grand scheme of life, social media is a relatively new phenomenon. Sure, we used to write on cave walls, but let’s face it, those things rarely went viral. And there were … Continue reading

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Frazzled Employees Won’t Get You Where You Want to Go

Posted by Raffa Financial Services on 9/10/2018 You’ve worked hard to get where you are, and you expect the same of your employees. But at some point, hard work can become overwork. And overworking can become overwhelming.

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US Stock Fell and more

Financial News and Portfolio Management Discussion through September 8th All the news you need to stay informed about what’s currently driving the market — courtesy of Raffa Wealth Management, LLC. US Stocks fell over the week on renewed talk of … Continue reading

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Remote Working: Is it Good for Employers?

Posted by Raffa Financial Services on 9/6/2018 Work from home options are becoming more and more popular with employees, but are these flexible arrangements any good for employers?

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