Allowance time! The federal government has put out its budget proposal for FY2016. And there’s plenty for Finance tucked among…Click to continue
Top Finance Story
Like many global economies, Europe is experiencing weakness. But that's not a reason to take it off your consideration list for business expansion strategies. Read about how one company has found success with European expansion. Read more...
Each year, companies both large and small make the big decision to expand to Europe. But many soon find out that although expansion was the right choice, the location they picked was not. Here are five common European expansion mistakes, and how to remedy them. Read more...
Once you, as a CFO, begin considering your company's expansion into the European marketplace, the first question is where. This whitepaper looks at 11 key factors that typically dictate locational choice.
Companies that wish to do business in the Netherlands now have a much easier time doing so, thanks to some major new changes to Dutch corporate law governing BV companies. The Flex BV Act, which took effect last year, is designed to increase flexibility for limited liability companies and, overall, make it easier to incorporate and do business in the Netherlands. Read more...
What a CFO should know about selecting a European business location - With today's challenging U.S. economy, it may make financial sense to grow your customer base by way of Europe. A CFO's Guide to Investing in Europe is designed to help you better understand and navigate the many tax and financial issues you'll be facing in various European countries – all, so you can make a more informed choice about where to locate your business.
An Expense Policy That Your Employees Will Follow
Do your employees know what’s reimbursable? A clear, unambiguous expense policy prevents frustration and mistakes for all. Download Concur’s free Expense Policy Template with helpful tips and a thorough guide to creating your company's expense policy. Download Now.
Popular Finance Articles
So by now you’ve gotten those W-2s into employees’ hands, but they likely haven’t been filed with the feds yet. And that’s a good thing.
It’s a mission-critical function in every company: the internal auditor. And whether you have a dedicated position or tap general finance staffers to do the review, you want to make sure you have the right person for the job.
For the most part, you can’t tolerate staffers blowing a gasket and disrupting the workplace.
No one likes seeing audience members texting on their phones or staring out the window…
Doctors say it’s comparable to a drug addiction … and it could cost your company…
What’s one of the first things people notice about your company’s headquarters?