It’s one of the most common questions in both job interviews and performance reviews: “Where do you see yourself in 5 years?” But the answer you get from most people might not be what you expect.
Desperate times call for extra vigilance in order to protect your company’s resources.
Lenders aren’t bending over backwards to help out small businesses right now. So what’s plan B? Familiarizing yourself with proven alternative sources.
Plenty of A/P departments use some type of an online discount calculator to see it’s worth taking suppliers’ prompt-pay discounts. Well, here’s how your Finance department can get even more from that tool.
Finance deals in numbers all day. But how often are you generating numbers to find out how efficient your finance team is?
We’re all looking for ways to boost cash flow. And one of the best tools to do that may be under your nose as we speak.
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 Your A/P and A/R teams can’t be bogged down by outdated routines and mundane work.
Finance is known as the “numbers people” of any organization. Well, have we got a slew of new numbers for you!
Forget Santa! Will your company be naughty or nice to finance staffers’ bank balances in 2012? New salary data is out, and we have all the details.
School’s out for college students, which means many of them will likely be looking for some on-the-job experience – possibly in your finance department. And they’re willing to forego a paycheck to get it.
Finance teams can expect the slew of local sales tax rate increases that have occurred recently to keep pace for the rest of 2020.
Your company may be entitled to some sales tax relief. Many states are cutting companies a break on this critical compliance front due to the coronavirus. That’s in addition to the relief you’re getting on the federal tax compliance level from IRS in the form of both tax credits and pushed-back deadlines. So far, 19 […]
Time really flies when your finance department is busy charging, collecting and paying more sales tax, thanks to legislative changes.
Your finance department probably has some trading partners that are fairly hands-off … and others that require more attention from A/P and A/R.
Your finance staffers watch for duplicates and other payment slip-ups all year long. But why should they be especially cautious this month?
With the rise of a new generation of B2B financial technology companies, the opportunities for CPA firms to offer new services have never been better. Brent Meyers of Nvoicepay takes a look at the expansion of fintech and how CPA firms can get more clients with these new solutions.
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