Finance News & Insights

Jennifer Azara

Jennifer has been the editor-in-chief of CFO & Controller Alert newsletter for more than eleven years and is also currently the managing editor of Keep Up to Date on Accounts Payable. During her sixteen-year tenure at PBP she has launched newsletters for accounts payable managers and inventory managers. Jennifer is also the editor of the CFO Finance Update e-zine, which is read by more than 90,000 financial professionals. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A. from Skidmore College and an M.A. from Villanova University.
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Feds release 2019 taxable wage base

Alert your Payroll team! A mission-critical figure for 2019 has arrived, a few weeks earlier than usual: the new taxable wage base. [Read more…]

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New paid leave tax credit – IRS makes it official

If your company provides paid family and medical leave to your employees, here’s good news: You’re officially now eligible for a new tax credit. [Read more…]

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System upgrade? 4 proven strategies to get users on board

All those efficiencies promised by a tech conversion or upgrade? Out the window they go when people can’t adjust to the new system! And no CFO wants to watch their ROI fade away. [Read more…]

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The tool that keeps communication high at year-end

You know year-end is a massive team effort – which can be a blessing and a curse. [Read more…]

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Feds issue FY2019 per diem rates: Here’s what’s changing

Attention all companies that rely on per-diem rates for travel and entertainment (T&E) expenses: You have some new numbers to keep track of. [Read more…]

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Collecting via email or phone: Are you setting your company up for success?

For most companies, collections emails have replaced collections calls … at least when accounts first go past due. [Read more…]

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40 jobs in a year? The craziest things candidates put on their resume

Sixty seconds. That’s the maximum amount of time two-thirds of hiring managers spend reviewing a resume to make up their mind about a candidate. Which is why many folks try to maximize that minute by making their resume stand out. Only this might not be what they had in mind.  [Read more…]

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What IRS wants you to know about the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

The federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act may have been almost nine months ago, but the IRS has just gotten around to letting you know how to implement several of its provisions.  [Read more…]

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Why you need to revisit your workers’ comp denial process now

Approving workers’ compensation (WC) claims may put a drain on your company’s resources, but not as much of a drain as denying them.  [Read more…]

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The top 4 projects your IT team hates: How many are you requesting?

 

Looking to get a better understanding of your company’s tech staffers? IT pros recently revealed the tech projects they absolutely hate. [Read more…]

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