It's time for a reality check. The solutions Governor Quinn offers in his 2012 fiscal year budget don’t come close to confronting Illinois’ dire economic circumstances. The governor has already gotten his tax increases, but he has yet to exhibit the fiscal restraint that must follow.
I approach finances fairly simply. Raised in a conservative household, I began working for spending money at the age of 12. I was taught that success meant living within one’s means and “working hard for the money.”
Clifton Gunderson started in 1960 with four partners, one office and $256,000 in billings and has since grown to 226 partners, over 1,900 employees, 46 offices across 21 states, and a projected $275 million in revenue.