Washington Times (12/09/14) David R. Sands
Experts anticipate growing payrolls, solid growth, and continued low inflation for the upcoming year, according to an annual survey from the Association for Financial Professionals Inc. As the economic recovery solidifies, hiring and wages also are expected to rise.
“We have been tracking cash accumulation, which slowed this year as companies began to invest in the future,” says AFP president and chief executive officer Jim Kaitz. “Now the big news is that almost half of companies plan to expand payrolls in 2015.”
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