Volume 10, Number 1
Focusing the Spotlight on Financial Matters
Defined benefits vs. defined contributions. Employees not taking a strong enough interest in preparing for their future. Employers wanting to provide assistance, but legally limited in what they can do. Changes to the law that impact the process for all involved. Welcome to the world of workplace retirement planning.
Legislative Report: Previewing State and Federal Issues
January 8 kicks off a long session – both in duration and quantity of important issues – for the Indiana General Assembly. A new two-year state budget will be formulated, with a number of factors at play. Taxes, education, health care and more will also be prominent topics.
Preparing Today’s and Tomorrow’s Workers
What does it take for Indiana businesses to compete in today’s economy? There are many variables, but a strong workforce is at or near the top of the list. Providing many of those workers (hopefully with efficient use of taxpayer dollars) are Indiana high schools, while individuals often learn about career opportunities through internship experiences.
On the Road to Recovery
As the “Crossroads of America,” Indiana has come to rely on its many interstate highways for economic opportunities. Marion is forging a closer tie with I-69 as it seeks to rebound from business struggles and build on recent successes. [Full story]
Corporate Citizenry: Mark Fauser, Community School of the Arts