Chance is from Sandhill, MS but currently resides in New London, CT where his wife is stationed in the Navy. Although Chance works remotely, he doesn’t miss a beat and is known for continuously going above and beyond for his clients! As the firm's BOSS Director, Chance specializes in accounting, tax, and business consulting services for small and medium-sized businesses. Prior to joining Copper Advisors, Chance spent seven years with Greene Finney & Horton LLP and three years with Dixon Hughes PLLC. He has earned Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Business Administration, both from Charleston Southern University, and is a Certified Public Accountant. When Chance isn’t working, you can find him scuba diving, mountain biking and hiking with his wife and three young children. He also enjoys weightlifting, playing the guitar, and is the movie quote guy you want on your trivia team!
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The new budget bill passed by Congress on December 20, 2019 impacted both retirement and college savings plans. While many are still waiting for further guidance from the IRS on several details of the bill, we compiled a short list of the major changes that may affect you.
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Okay, so maybe not magical…but there are things you can do to rev up engagement in your meetings. After all, it’s likely that you spend at least 25 percent of your professional time in meetings, so why not put a little work into making them more appealing for all those involved. To get you started, give the following five tips a try: