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How high must unemployment rise to tame inflation?

How high must unemployment rise to tame inflation?

To reduce inflation to acceptable levels, it will be necessary to destroy between 1.7 million and 5.3 million jobs.
Private equity outlook raises investment considerations for family offices

Private equity outlook raises investment considerations for family offices

Private equity outlook raises considerations for family offices in how they approach investing in the alternative markets.
The data dilemma

The data dilemma

Data siloes and outdated systems can make it harder for employees to do their jobs—and hurt your employee experience.
The new corporate minimum tax: overview and highlights

The new corporate minimum tax: overview and highlights

The Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 imposed a new 15% alternative minimum tax on large corporations. Notably, the tax is based on a corporation’s financial statement income (with adjustments).
RSM U.S. Supply Chain Index: Back to normal for first time since pandemic hit

RSM U.S. Supply Chain Index: Back to normal for first time since pandemic hit

The U.S. Supply Chain Index in July was back above neutral for the first time in nearly three years, suggesting substantial relief coming from the supply-induced components of inflation.
Final regulations governing IRS disclosure of EO information to states

Final regulations governing IRS disclosure of EO information to states

Treasury and the IRS released final regulations describing the authority and scope of the IRS to disclose information regarding exempt organizations to state officials.
IRS issues guidance on transition rules for EV credits

IRS issues guidance on transition rules for EV credits

IRS guidance helps taxpayers navigate the transition from existing rules for claiming EV credits to new rules enacted by the IRA including ways to verify an EV vehicle will qualify going forward.
5 signs your nonprofit needs to update its business processes

5 signs your nonprofit needs to update its business processes

Modernizing business processes has never been more crucial for mission-driven organizations. Key indicators let nonprofits know it may be time to upgrade their technology.
Challenges of inflation for nonprofits

Challenges of inflation for nonprofits

The challenges of inflation can be difficult for nonprofits to overcome. But there are steps that nonprofits can take to limit inflation’s negative impact.
5 things to know in life sciences: Week of August 8.

5 things to know in life sciences: Week of August 8.

This week, we highlight how passage of the Inflation Reduction Act could impact the U.S. biopharma industry. We also look at digitization in health care, the challenges facing researchers deploying the approved monkeypox vaccine, and a video on how COVID-19 evades the immune system.
University of Michigan survey: Consumer sentiment rises on better economic outlook.

University of Michigan survey: Consumer sentiment rises on better economic outlook.

U.S. consumer sentiment rose more than expected in August on the back of the sharp drop in gasoline prices, but remains near a record low.
Payroll employment returns to pre-pandemic levels

Payroll employment returns to pre-pandemic levels

The U.S. unemployment rate now stands at 3.458%, the lowest rate in 50 years and one that many of us will most likely not observe again in our career arcs.
U.S. July employment report: A recession is not yet at hand

U.S. July employment report: A recession is not yet at hand

Economies in recession do not produce 528,000 jobs in a given month and have 3.5% unemployment rates. With such a robust labor market, claims that the economy is in recession fall flat and should be politely set aside.
Job openings drop in June amid Fed’s attempt to control inflation

Job openings drop in June amid Fed’s attempt to control inflation

Job openings in the United States fell for the third straight month in June as the labor market started to loosen up, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported on Tuesday. Job openings—which represent labor demand—have been the main target of the Federal Reserve to lessen the second-round impact on wage-pushed inflation.
The return of king dollar

The return of king dollar

The return of inflation, interest rate differentials and a quickly changing geopolitical landscape are behind the recent surge in the value of the American dollar.