When trading partners hear or see your company’s name, do you think they grin or cringe? You know in the business world, impressions matter. Plus, every time your company has issues or cuts ties with a customer or supplier, there’s a cost associated. You lose precious labor hours, discount opportunities, maybe even top-notch pricing arrangements. […]
One glance at all the expense reports that come through your department, it’s plain to see that some locations spur much higher costs than others. Which places can you expect to tally up the highest costs this year? According to the 2019 Corporate Travel Index from Business Travel News, the most expensive cities are: New […]
You know all too well how poor tech security can lead to big financial loss. Whether you lead a department of five at a small biz or manage a team of fifty at a large corporation, security risks remain high, IRS warns. That’s why the Service’s urging you to review your own security practices this […]
It’s hard to believe that it’s been over a year since the Supreme Court ruled online sales are taxable in the highly watched case South Dakota v. Wayfair. Chances are, your A/P and A/R departments are still reeling from the massive change and trying to keep up with all the state laws that followed in […]
There’s no denying that the finance staffers you hire can make a big difference in your company’s overall efficiency and success.
Your finance staffers watch for duplicates and other payment slip-ups all year long. But why should they be especially cautious this month?
The old saying “Time is money” rings true for your travel reimbursement process.
Tell your finance staff to be wary. IRS is zeroing in on 1099 and 1042-S compliance, meaning it’s now even more vital for them to get information returns correct.
Advanced tools for analytics, reporting and data visualization are great. But in many cases, you can achieve similar ends by using tried-and-true Excel.