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I LEFT MY CARRYFORWARD IN MY OTHER ENTITY TYPE
Thinking about changing entity types? Make sure you have
all the facts first. There are many reasons, tax-related and
otherwise, why a company may decide to change from a
C-Corp to an S-Corp or other flow-through entity. But,
before making that kind of change, it is important that
shareholders know what will happen to any credits they
or the business may be carrying forward, says Paradigm
Partners’ Saqib Dhanani, J.D. and Rebecca Icenogle.
ENGAGEMENT MANAGEMENT: SUPERHERO OR A VILLAIN?
Your firm’s superhero system wears a cape, not a mask.
Who’d want valuable and trusted information kept
incognito? Imagine key information flying across Metropolis
(your firm) with everyone gaining instant insight—like
the exact cash flow status, the top revenue-producing
engagements, or even the kinds of clients or services that
drag your firm down. It’s possible, says Drew West,
director of product marketing at Deltek.
A little better than expected
A little worse than we hoped
About what we expected
Way better than expected
Way worse than expected
As we hit year’s
end, how would you
ARE YOU A SMALL JEWEL?
Consulting magazine is looking
for entries for its annual Seven
Small Jewels editorial feature.
To be eligible, consulting
firms must have fewer than
250 billable consultants. To
apply, visit Consultingmag.
com and click on the Seven
Small Jewels logo in the upper
left-hand corner of the home
page or e-mail Janie Setzer at
and use “Small Jewels” as
the subject line. Deadline for
entries is Dec. 16. The 2014
winners will be featured in
the March issue of
on the consulting profession is certainly
significant and growing every year.
Women continue to make a profound
difference to both their clients and their
firms. To recognize their achievements,
Consulting magazine brought the
profession together last month at St.
Regis New York to honor this year’s
Women Leaders in Consulting. More
than 160 industry leaders, executives,
colleagues, clients and family members
attended the seventh-annual Women
Leaders in Consulting Gala Awards
Dinner. The Boston Consulting Group’s
Antonella Mei-Pochtler took home the
Lifetime Achievement Award.
Consulting magazine congratulates
each and every winner and is proud
to recognize them and their firms for
their extraordinary efforts in making an
impact on the profession.