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George R Hemond

George R Hemond

Current City: North Smithfield, RI
Chapter: Rhode Island

Principal - KIS Management Services, Retired as Assistant Vice President of FM Global in 2007. Corporate Office liasion Underwriting Officer to its Western and International Divisions. Served as Interim CFO/COO of a small non-profit organization in 2009/10. Certified Instructor of: Business Risk Management, Commercial Property Insurance and Insurance Laws & Regulations.

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Education

  • ASEE - Roger Williams University
  • BSIE - Roger Williams University
  • MBA - Norwich University (concentrations in Operations and Financial Management)

 

Special tax law provisions may help taxpayers and businesses recover financially from the impact of a disaster, especially when the federal government declares their location to be a major disaster area. Depending on the circumstances, the IRS may grant additional time to file returns and pay taxes. Both individuals and businesses in a federally declared disaster area can get a faster refund by claiming losses related to the disaster on the tax return for the previous year, usually by filing an amended return.
 
The IRS also offers audio presentations on Planning for Disaster. These presentations discuss business continuity planning, insurance coverage, recording keeping and other tips to stay in business after a major disaster. 
 
Visit their Disaster Assistance and Emergency Relief for Individuals and Businesses section of the IRS site for more.

 

The IRS maintains a valuable collection of resources for small businesses called the Small Business and Self-Employed Tax Center.  Visit their site for forms, articles, videos, webinars and audio presentations for small businesses.

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Thomas G Kutchera

Thomas G Kutchera

Current City: Elm Grove, WI

Experienced in Business Plans, business operations, strategic planning, sales training, marketing strategies, startup planning.  Managed sales, operations, purchasing, bookkeeping, marketing, hiring and HR policies, credit and collections, accounts payable, Profit Sharing Retirement Plan - of small regional food processing and distribution business in SE Wisconsin, both wholesale & retail parts. Under USAID performed consulting assignments to medium-sized regional businesses in Russia, Ukraine[x 3], Croatia which were emerging from the Soviet style command economy -1998-2003.

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Education

BS - Economics MA - English Literature

William Mirkin

William Mirkin

Current City: Marlboro, NJ
Chapter: Monmouth SCORE

Certified Public Accountant with over 40 years of experience. I spent 10 years in private practice as a controller, CFO and VP Finance and managed my own practice in public accounting for the remainder of my career. In addition the the experience listed above, I am also knowledgeable in business valuations, litigation support and various aspects of taxation.

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BBA Pace College, 1965. MBA Long Island University, 1969.</p>

An advisory board is an informal group. This is not a board of directors. It is a group of mentors. The group has no financial interest in your firm. This is a group of outside advisors who share their knowledge to help you be more competitive, think strategically and offer specific advice in key skill areas.

The benefits of an advisory board include: setting aside time to think strategically, obtain feedback and insights from outside the company, and gather information and expertise from peers who have knowledge in different areas than your own. In general, a three to five person board will likely meet your needs.

This documents reviews types of business insurance available and provides some information on each.

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