During the holidays it can be hard to stay on a healthy track, especially while working in an office. In an environment that could lead to high stress, and when treats are being sent in almost every day, it is easy to delve into unhealthy habits. Read below to learn some tips on how to combat temptations, and not feel so guilty when you do fall to temptation.
Every year companies look forward to trade shows specific to their industry. It’s a time to strengthen current relationships, network for potential new business, and learn about upcoming trends. While these gatherings give your company the opportunity to market its name, the costs of attending any show can challenge the potential return on investment. Whether you’re attending or exhibiting an industry show, here are a few things to consider to ensure your experience is a successful one.
This year, the Financial Standards Accounting Board (FASB) has issued the final standards on lease accounting (ASU-2016-02). The biggest change is in how operating leases will be accounted for. In the past, operating leases appeared as a table of future payments in the company’s financial statement footnotes. Under the new guidelines, these operating leases will appear on the balance sheet as non-debt liabilities. The rules on whether to classify a contract as an operating lease or a finance lease are still the same. These rules will be implemented retroactively, so existing operating leases will need to be capitalized in the financials.