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Cascade Capital Corp.Cascade Capital Corporation 2018 Business Growth Awards

Congratulations to the Cascade Capital Corporation 2018 Business Growth Award winners for their continuing role in supporting and revitalizing our local and regional economies through their impressive growth!

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First Interstate PropertiesIt’s more than just a development project for Mitchell Schneider

It’s the ability to make things happen and make his community a better place for everyone that drives and motivates him.

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Setting the standardTim Dunlap invests in the employees at CentiMark for a big payoff

As your company grows, you need to leave room for your people to grow along with it. CentiMark’s Tim Dunlap shares how to help your employees be leaders.

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Building A LegacySteve Germain maps out a long-term future for Germain Automotive Group

Steve Germain prepares Germain Automotive Group for the next generation, and the next generation for Germain Automotive Group.

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How Ohio companies can protect themselves by protecting their data

Brouse McDowell's Craig S. Horbus looks into Ohio’s Senate Bill 220 — the Ohio Data Protection Act — and the opportunities and consequences it presents for Ohio businesses.

How to put yourself and your business in the best tax position this year

Kreischer Miller's Lisa Pileggi explores the new tax laws and how businesses and business owners can ensure they’re prepared to comply with them come tax time.

How to avoid pitfalls and missteps in business acquisitions and sales

Semanoff Ormsby Greenberg & Torchia, LLC.'s Jill M. Bellak breaks down how to ensure an acquisition or sale is implemented in a cost effective and timely manner.

Business entertainment tax deductions are gone: What you need to know

After the federal tax overhaul, business meals remain generally 50 percent deductible; entertainment does not. Melissa Knisely of Ciuni & Panichi, Inc. explains what taxpayers need to consider with the revised deduction, including interim guidance from the IRS.

A unique self-insured option for employers

JRG Advisors' Michael Galardini breaks down how RBP works and whether it might be right for you.