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2023 Guide to travel and expense management

Travel and expense management is a massive undertaking, whether you have 50 employees who travel for business or 5,000. Accurately collecting and reporting on all travel-related expenses is a challenge for finance managers worldwide. Fortunately, in recent years, things have changed. Today, modern software eliminates the need for paper expense reports, manual reimbursement processes, and […]

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Time off? How inflation and layoffs are threatening workers’ vacation time

Summer vacation is a sacred time for most Americans. So why is it in peril? A new study from ELVTR, an online learning platform based in Irvine, California, revealed that 55% of workers are either taking less time off or canceling vacation plans altogether due in part to recent layoffs. “I think a lot of

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The latest marketplace updates you should know

#1. Target promotes Lisa Roath to Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Lisa Roath previously served as Senior Vice President of food and beverage merchandising. (source) 📈 In her new role, Roath will lead the company’s core marketing functions, including creative, guest marketing strategy, retail brand experience, social media, paid media strategy, and marketing

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Canada’s slowing home building is bad news for buyers and Trudeau

By Fergal Smith and Steve Scherer TORONTO (Reuters) – Canada’s residential construction activity has slowed in recent months due to a tight labor market and higher borrowing costs, a factor that could thwart government plans to reduce a housing shortfall and add to the recovery in home prices. That would be bad news for the

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Canadian pension fund CDPQ puts brakes on Chinese investment

(Reuters) -Canada’s second-largest pension fund Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ) has stopped making private deals in China and will close its Shanghai office this year, the Financial Times reported on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter. The news follows a May 8 parliamentary hearing in which several Canadian pensions, including CDPQ,

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Stock futures slide with all eyes on debt-ceiling vote: Stock market news today

US stocks closed lower Wednesday as investors kept a watchful eye on the prospects for the debt-limit deal in an expected House floor vote. Meanwhile, strong US jobs data and China’s economic woes pressured global markets. The S&P 500 (^GSPC) fell 0.60% while the Dow Jones Industrial Average (^DJI) dipped 0.40% or more than 130

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A blueprint to select visuals that boost SEO in a TikTok-centric world

30-second summary: Creating an emotional connection through visuals is crucial to connect with consumers The ever-changing landscape of consumer visual processing requires marketers to thoughtfully select visuals that align with their content, boost SEO performance and drive higher conversions When visual content can increase search visibility, more than 43% of marketers struggle to constantly produce

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How alternative minimum tax system changes could affect Canadians

Breadcrumb Trail Links taxes Personal Finance Jamie Golombek: High-income earners and people with once-in-a-lifetime gain from property, business sale may be affected Published June 01, 2023 • 5 minute read High amounts of capital gains realized in a single year may give rise to an AMT for individuals who pay taxes at the top federal

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