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HORNE Banking Blog

4 Hard Trends Banks Should Prepare for in 2018

With a historic tax reform in place and an economy that continues to show signs of strength, we have a positive outlook for 2018. As we reflect on 2017, a... Continue reading

HORNE Cyber Blog

High Expectations for Service, With Reverse Engineering

A cornerstone of a cybersecurity firm is in their “reverse engineering” capability. It is a necessary part of responding to breaches, keeping up with the state-of-the-art in threats, and enhances... Continue reading

HORNE Healthcare Blog

Bipartisan Budget Act Taps the Brakes on MIPS—But Don’t Slow Down!

The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 (BBA18), signed by President Trump on February 9, includes several provisions that will affect healthcare providers’ Medicare reimbursement—in both positive and negative ways.... Continue reading

Culture Matters: Building the Wise Firm

Ongoing Growth, Engagement and Learning With Only 4 Questions

There is an important growth, engagement and learning opportunity that the best teams will make a priority: the after action review (AAR). In addition to regular check-ins and course corrections... Continue reading

Beyond the Noise

Yet More Investing Lessons from 2017

Every year, the markets offer lessons on the prudent investment strategy. So far, we’ve covered what they taught us last year in lessons one through three and four through seven. Today, we’ll finish... Continue reading

In Service Blog

Davis-Bacon: Lessons Learned

The first time I read “Davis-Bacon Labor Standards: A Contractor’s Guide to Prevailing Wage Requirements for Federally-Assisted Construction Projects,” the document review process seemed simple and straightforward. However, after years... Continue reading