More than 150 million shoppers participated in Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales this year, increasing retail sales dramatically. Online sales alone were estimated at nearly 3.07 billion dollars, a 16% increase from last year's numbers and the season isn't over yet. With big money at stake, you may want to gamble big, but there are some risks you shouldn't take — like guaranteeing your check payments. How do you keep your assets secure and momentum going while wearing the many hats that your business requires?Read More
Over the thirty-two years we've been in business we've seen a lot of major changes in American labor.
When we hung out our shingle in 1983 the personal computer barely even existed, for starters, so everyone in business expended a lot of labor writing with ancient instruments called "pens" to create ungainly three-dimensional databases by shoving "paper" into "folders" in rooms full of "filing cabinets."Read More
With the 4th of July only days away, CrossCheck reflects a bit on the history of our nation's independence day.
Father’s Day rolls around on the third Sunday in June, tomorrow, and the red carpet is rolled out for dad, the kids are quiet and respectful, the adoring wife waits on his every need and Dad kicks up his feet and watches his favorite teams play ball. Later that day he emerges from his well-stocked man-cave and barbecues a few steaks while enjoying a cold beverage. Does this sound as special as Mother’s Day? Well…