Business and The Art of War

A Brief into The Art of War The Art of War is a classical reading for military strategists. It is either authored by a general named Sun Tzu (Wu) or a compilation of authors of the period within the Eastern region. The short book outlines foundational strategy for private military operations. The book goes over…More

2021 Banking Committee Annual Oversight with Bank CEOs

Adam Smith’s free market concept of the invisible hand describing the unseen market forces at work was challenged in the Banking committee’s testimony with Major Bank Chief Executive Officers (CEO/s). Layoffs, credit default swaps, purchase of residential property by businesses; all market forces influenced by actions from businesses or banks not by the market inferred…More

Protections for Product Designs

If you want Legal protection for your designs please consult with a lawyer. During your consultation you could ask about the following agreements. A non disclosure agreement – (NDA’s) are agreements between two or more parties to not disclose information regarding specific information.  NDAs get a bad rap when they are publicized outside of corporate…More

2021 Hearing on U.S. Investment in China

A Hearing was held March 19, 2021 in regards to United States (US) Investment in China. The main concerns include Chinese Co-option of traditional private sector enterprise as well as their domestic political economy that creates systemic risk and is dangerous to open-market economies. Progrm Diretor CADSA Jasn Artenbrn starts with a brief description of…More

Community from Jean Jacques Rousseau’s Social Contract

Community in Business John Rousseau in his work describes a community as a collection of individuals with a shared interest. Individuals are individuals outside any specific community but within any, individuals can be members of many communities. Communities can enter into engagements with others and the community can not alienate a portion of itself or…More

2021 IRS Testimony Before Senate Finance Committee

In a second testimony of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) before the Senate Finance Committee. The committee’s Annual filing will include an inquiry into what the IRS has done the past tax season to find cheats. Senators work to make sure to clamp down on tax law, tax cheats, evasion, shady bookkeeping, and money-laundering schemes.…More

Corporate Tax Code Changes

At A Glance The recent 2021 tax plan issued by the White House calls to increase the corporate tax rate to 28 percent from the current 21 percent established in the previous administration’s 2017 tax plan. Prior to the 2017 tax rate changes the rate remained at 35%. The Internal Revenue Service publishes data on…More

White House Tax Plans 2021

Plan Highlights The White House on March 31st, 2021; releases the American Jobs Plan that calls for action and expresses concern over infrastructure specifically bridges, roads, electric grids, water systems, care-giver workers, collective bargaining organizations, high-speed internet and housing. Additional issues include the status of the United States in Manufacturing, Research and Development (R&D), and…More

Universal Basic Income Prospects from 2019 and Pandemic Data

The Issue Universal Basic Income (UBI) is the concept that everyone should receive a basic income. Observation of Census Bureau’s Employment and Labor Force Status Table gives us 3 significant numbers for population consideration rounding to 330, 246 or 168 million. If The United States were to send a $500 check to each of the…More

2021 IRS Testimony Before Oversight Committee

Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Commissioner Charles Rettig Testifies before Oversight Committee Regarding 2021 Filing Season. If you are not aware of some of the relevant impacts from the bill H.R.1319 (American Rescue Plan Act 2021 or ARP), some of the material was present in the hearing. The stimulus payments and increase of Unemployment Insurance Benefits…More