The 2014 South Carolina legislative session is shaping up to be an interesting one, with several high-profile issues on the table. It is also an election year for every member of the House and all statewide constitutional officers.
It's hard to believe that we're almost midway through the final quarter of 2013. It’s easy to forget year-end tax planning, but this is the time that managing tax liabilities and planning for the year ahead should be on everyone's mind.
China’s economy today is more than ten times larger than it was a short thirty years ago, and it is still growing at an annual rate of more than 7 percent. Many of us expect such growth to continue for at least another decade or so.
From road funding to providing more access to capital for homegrown start-up companies, here is a look at the major issues that were debated in 2013:
the past thirty-five years, China’s second revolution from Maoism to
the People’s Republic of Capitalism—for which triumphant PRC today seems
to stand—has delivered miraculous pace of economic growth and elevation
of 400 million people out of poverty,...
You may ask yourself, “Why should I, as a business leader in South Carolina, care about what is going on this year in the S.C. General Assembly?”
During the last few years, tax laws affecting businesses have changed frequently as rules contained in laws passed nearly a decade ago expired.
The 2013 South Carolina legislative session is shaping up to be an interesting one with several high-profile issues on the table and many new faces in the State House. The 2012 elections have given the General Assembly quite a makeover as we will see 10 new members in the S.C Senate, and 20 new members in the S.C. House of Representatives.