Month: November 2017

I Failed the USMLE®. Now What?

You’ve received results from the USMLE® Step 1 Exam and they’re not what you’d hoped… Your first instinct is to feel defeated – after spending hours upon hours to study and prepare, a low test score is discouraging. It is normal to feel bad and you should allow yourself a bit of time to...


Tax Reform and Policy Objectives

The Thanksgiving season is upon us, and many Americans are hopeful they’ll soon be giving thanks for a “simpler and fairer” tax code. But is that an achievable goal? Generally speaking, tax systems are evaluated against three leading concepts—efficiency, fairness, and simplicity. Efficiency...


COSO’s New Enterprise Risk Management Framework

In June 2017, the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations (COSO)released Enterprise Risk Management – Integrating with Strategy and Performance (ERM), which is an updated version of Enterprise Risk Management – Integrated Framework (2004).  Every decision made in pursuit of an organization’s...