Let your Payroll and A/P teams know that there’s new guidance from IRS on handling qualified transportation fringe benefits.
Due to the worldwide pandemic, your finance team has really been put to the test lately, especially concerning its payments process.
To deter financial loss, CFOs have to keep a pulse on expense fraud. And one great way to do that is to hear right from the employees committing the crimes.
In these precarious and uncertain times, companies have cash flow top of mind and are looking for innovative ways to save money.
Be sure that your finance staffers are on guard, no matter where they’re currently working, because new scams are spreading during COVID-19.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, your finance department has undoubtedly received some expenses that weren’t necessarily accounted for in your T&E budget.
In an uncertain and evolving world, digitization is necessary. Your A/P and A/R teams can’t be bogged down by outdated routines and mundane work.
It’s about time! There’s finally more clarity to help your company correctly deduct certain business expenses on your tax returns.
With so many businesses temporarily closing or allowing employees to work from home due to COVID-19, there’s a lot of pressure on your payroll department.
An international pandemic has turned the world upside down, and your accounts payable department is largely feeling the impact.