Employee Retention Credit (ERC) On December 27, 2020, the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 was signed. This provided updates and extensions to Employee Retention Credits (ERC). Employers that received Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans can also qualify for the ERC for wages that are not paid for with forgiven PPP […]
Is Your Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee Effective? This past year has brought EDI (Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion) conversations to the forefront more than ever before. As a part of that focus, organizations have formed EDI committees. But what should an EDI committee do? How can they best be successful? […]
2021 Life Insurance Planning Opportunities Are you Prepared? For those individuals and families planning their financial legacy, 2021 may be the year to take advantage of unprecedented transfer and gifting opportunities under the current tax environment. While taxation should never be the only reason to transfer assets or make major […]
Join us for a conversation with 3 CEOs and a Psychologist from organizations that all are approaching the answer to this question differently.
Rotary is for Reading is a program that the Kalamazoo Rotary has formed to support 2nd grade students in Kalamazoo Public Schools.
Reunited – Getting the Band Back Together Looking at options for bringing your team back together? If you’re wondering what could possibly meet the needs of all of the members of your team, you’re not alone. It’s a lot like getting the band together for the first time after a […]
Why the rebrand? For decades, Rose Street Advisors has been known across Southwest Michigan and Kalamazoo for exemplary consulting and strategy with employee benefits, wealth management and life insurance. With the addition of Human Resources Consulting and Retirement Planning to the portfolio of Rose Street’s Services, an update to the […]
Investor Psychology: Behavioral Biases That Can Lead to Costly Mistakes The field of behavioral finance focuses on the emotional and cognitive aspects of investing. In recent decades, well-known economists have advanced the theory that investors’ decisions can be driven by human emotions such as greed and fear, which helps explain […]
Things We Learned in 2020 2020 was an interesting year and we learned a lot. We learned new words like: COVID, Zoom, and social distancing. We learned about working remotely while keeping pets and family members occupied. We learned that we are good at learning and have the ability to do […]
Supporting Your Employees Through the Covid-19 Crisis Are you finding it difficult to keep up with the daily changes related to the Covid-19 pandemic? It seems like keeping on top of the latest developments is hard enough but keeping our employees comfortable and focused during this difficult time is a […]