Business In Savannah
From raising funds to renovate the Forsyth Park fountain and spearheading the effort to hire a Savannah City Manager to pushing for the installation of voting booths throughout Chatham County, the Savannah Jaycees have been one of the leading civic organizations for decades.
Photo special to the Savannah Morning News - The current members of the Savannah Jaycees.
By Joyce M. Rosenberg
In this Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, photo, Kirsten Curry, owner of Leading Retirement Solutions, poses for a portrait in her office in Seattle. Curry has applied to four banks for loans for the retirement planning advisory firm and been turned down by three. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
It’s easy to donate a car to charity if all you want to do is get rid of it. Simply call a charity that accepts old vehicles, and it will tow your heap away. But if you want to maximize your tax benefits, it’s more complicated. Here’s a walk through some of the considerations, with the usual proviso that you should discuss these issues with your tax preparer before you act.
This photo provided by Edmunds shows the 1998 Lexus ES300, an example of a car that a consumer might want to donate to charity. (Scott Jacobs/Edmunds via AP)
Following are the ships expected to call on Georgia Ports Authority’s Garden City and Ocean terminals this week. Schedules are supplied by GPA and are subject to change.
JCB debuted its new compact track loaders on Thursday at a trade show in Louisville, KY.
JCB has introduced two new compact track loaders, models 210T and 215T. Company officials said the loaders provide the performance of large-platform compact track loaders in small-platform. (Photo courtesy of JCB North America/Guy Dixon)
As one of the most celebratory times of the year approaches, Savannah business owners prepare now to celebrate the holidays, whether that means giving back to their employees, the community, or throwing a blowout fete. No matter which way business owners and employees are choosing to rejoice, there are myriad elements to consider when hosting a holiday celebration.
Jack Thacher, son of Jane Vaden Thacher and Peter Thacher, addresses the entire Vaden extended family. Photo by Nichole Barrali.
There’s been a lot of talk recently about how automation may soon replace people in the workforce in areas from transportation to financial sectors and others. Some academic counselors are even advising students not to pursue certain fields of study once thought to be sure bets for good future employment because a job may not be waiting for them when they get out of school.
Is your business client-centric enough in today’s world? Currently, there is less and less person-to-person contact in our digital age along with rising regulations. Many have struggled to adapt their business to clients’ ever-changing needs and expectations. client-centric organizations strive to consistently provide a positive client experience.