Monthly Archives: January 2013

Bringing cash to the U.S. – are you smuggling?

In June, a Chinese man touched down at Vancouver airport with around $177,500 in cash. According to the Wall Street Journal, the cash was found stuffed in his wallet and hidden under the lining of his suitcase. The money was seized by … Continue reading

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Manufacturing – Are the Jobs Coming Back?

The same dynamics driving the comeback–advances in technology– are replacing traditional manufacturing jobs. Continue reading

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Family Business Drama

In my last post I commented on the challenges associated with family businesses. I had the opportunity to have breakfast with a prospective new client this morning who had recently purchased the business from his mother-in-law. The business was sold after the … Continue reading

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Department of Labor Pushing for Changes in ERISA, Seeks to Revisit the Topic of Audit Quality

Do your due diligence on your plan auditor. Audit fees should not be the sole criteria for auditor selection. The Department of Labor provides a guide for selecting a plan auditor with tips and points to consider during the process. Continue reading

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Work with others who believe what you believe

At CDH, we believe that we will be successful and create long-term relationships with those who share our values. Continue reading

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