The Law and Your Business Finance

by RaeAnne Marsh

The New 10-year Judgment Renewal Statutes Arizona’s judgment renewal statutes were recently amended to extend the enforceable lifespan of Arizona judgments from five to 10 years. Explaining the impact of this change, Joe Cotterman, a partner at Gallagher & Kennedy, says, “Like a statute of limitations for filing a lawsuit, a judgment in Arizona has a lifespan during which … [More]

The Housing Market: A window into our economy!

by RaeAnne Marsh

Taking housing as a barometer of the economy, Metro Phoenix is looking pretty good. Multifamily developments, especially, seem to be sprouting on every block, and one of the biggest complaints heard in development circles is there is a shortage of construction workers — a situation exacerbated by the fact that the construction sector has shown the greatest growth rate (12.7 … [More]

Workplace Wellness

by RaeAnne Marsh

The landscape of healthcare is in constant flux. This adds an extra element of concern for employers, for whom healthcare benefits are an important part of their operating calculations. Businesses serving those employers’ needs innovate their programs and services as advances in knowledge and technology open new avenues. In Business Magazine asked some of our local leaders … [More]

Social Entrepreneurship: Empowering Business  

by RaeAnne Marsh

“The driving force is simple. We believe you must give back to the communities where you make a living,” says Howard Fleischmann, who, with his wife, Pat, owns Community Tire Pros & Auto Repair. They believe this is everyone’s responsibility and are among many business leaders in our community who put that belief into action. “Our actions help support our company beliefs … [More]

Tomorrow’s Leaders 

by RaeAnne Marsh

The health and vitality of a community owes much to the strength of businesses that operate in its environs and to decisions made by those with the responsibility of leading those businesses. This is true in a diversified business community like Phoenix just as for towns whose economy rests on a single, large employer. Business schools recognize that decisions made in the … [More]