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In light of the recent tragedy that struck our city, Resource Consulting Group has made a donation to the OneOrlando fund. The fund, established by Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, provides a way to assist those directly affected by these events while responding to the needs of our community. For more information and to learn how you can help, visit

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Author: Amy Davis

The Taxman Has Left the Building

An oft-used catchphrase when a dramatic event comes to an end is, “Elvis has left the building.” It seems timely to also say, “The taxman has left the building.” Unfortunately, he’ll be back next year and Resource Consulting Group is preparing for his imminent return. In our experience, most…

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