Oct. 14, 2012

Why It's Time for the Voters to Fire President Obama

By Ed Pozzuoli

When you really think about economic growth, what first might appear mysterious on the surface quickly becomes easy to understand. Economic growth results from the hard-wired desire of the individual to produce in order to consume. We all pursue our individual economic specialties, and then we exchange the fruits of our labor for all the things – cars, houses, clothes, food – that we don’t specialize in producing.

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Sep. 6, 2012

The Path To Job Creation Runs Through Regulatory Reform

By Ed Pozzuoli

With rates of U.S. unemployment still stuck in the nosebleed range of 8%+, and economic growth limp, copious amounts of ink are being spilled by politicians and academics offering ways out of our economic slump.  Not surprisingly, most of the solutions involve tax and entitlement reform.

 

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Mar. 2, 2012

The Risks of Promoting Without Giving Raises

By PAUL O. LOPEZ

 

Cash is king, especially during difficult economic times. More and more business owners are thinking out of the box when it comes to trying to keep morale up in the workplace.

Promotions are an obvious way to try to boost morale, especially among key employees who generally are happy to have increased duties and status.

But how can you afford to do so when there is no extra money to provide raises? What if your revenues are way down, yet you cannot afford to lose your key people to the competition?

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Tripp Scott Tax Team Raises Flag On Proposed Tax Law Changes

The United States House Ways and Means Committee recently released a proposed legislative bill that would make substantial changes to current tax law that will significantly affect corporations, partnerships, and high-income individuals. The newly proposed tax legislation is part of the larger budget reconciliation bill that is actively being considered by Congress. If the bill is passed, two key changes to current tax law would become effective retroactively to September 13, 2021, with the vast remainder of changes becoming effective as of January 1, 2022, or upon passage of the bill.

Tripp Scott's Ed Pozzuoli Named one of Florida Trend’s Florida 500

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., October 13, 2021 – Tripp Scott today announced that Ed Pozzuoli, CEO of Tripp Scott, was named one of Florida Trend’s Florida 500.

An Unconditional and Irrevocable Personal Guaranty Not Always the Case When a Bankruptcy Court Is Involved

On Aug. 19, the Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin issued a decision that serves as a warning and a reminder for business and individuals alike who obtain personal guarantees as part of their business dealings. Indeed, an unconditional, absolute and irrevocable personal guaranty may not be so after all.

 

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