A lesson in taxes
New business tax deduction is more complicated than we thought
By BRITTANY SABALZA
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 will change the way businesses have previously been taxed. Most changes from the TCJA will go into effect in the ...
Helping employees achieve balance
5 family-friendly businesses
By Brittany King
While salary is certainly important when you’re thinking about taking a new job, employees with families may have other considerations as well. Childcare service, generous vacation ...
Educating Hoosier families
EDUCATION SERVICES FOR The YOUNGEST HOOSIERS
by James Figy
Companies and organizations that serve families carry a hefty responsibility. It goes beyond customer satisfaction to ensuring the products and services are safe and beneficial to ...
Hoosier family fun
Enjoy family fun at three Indiana destinations
By Stephanie Figy
Whether you enjoy city living, suburbs or farmland, Indiana has the perfect place for you. Lauded for its livability, cities and towns across the state often earn accolades. ...
Helping parents raise families
Businesses benefit from paid family leave
By Keshia McEntire
Landing a great job and raising a family are key components of the American dream, but most new parents are forced to put aside a steady income while taking care of a newborn and ...
General Business Credits
Understanding the new employer credit for paid family and medical leave
By Brittany Sabalza
As part of the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the IRS released information regarding a new general business credit, the Employer Credit for Paid ...
Tips for Diversifying Your Nonprofit Board
Making a nonprofit board more diverse and inclusive won’t happen overnight and changing a culture takes time. Here are some steps leaders in nonprofit can take to make sure their organization is headed in the right direction to become part of the ...
They get it!
Leadership Indianapolis’ board exemplifies diversity in its truest form
By Grace Michaels
Experts have ingrained the word diversity in our minds for eons, however, for some businesses and organizations, actually applying the principles has ...
Indiana nonprofits work to close gender pay gap
By Oseye Boyd
When Jan Virgin learned she made less money as executive director of Dance Kaleidoscope than the male artistic director, she demanded pay equity.
“I wouldn’t stand for it,” ...
A path to nonprofit
Multiple roads available to nonprofit success
By IMBM staff
There is no one way to end up at a nonprofit organization, the three leaders below talk about their journey into the nonprofit world. One thing the all agreed on, if you don’t have ...