Put your Finance staffers on alert: Any emails from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) about info on your employees’ I-9s should be ignored and reported.
You do everything you can to make sure A/P internal controls are followed. But there’s always a risk.
There are many steps employers can take to shield themselves from the upcoming wave of IRS Obamacare audits, but they can’t control what their peers and competitors are doing.
Granted, nobody in Finance likes the extra hours and added stress that come along with audits. While there’s no way to eliminate the actual audits, there are certain things you can do to make the process run more smoothly.
Just about every CFO has that sneaking suspicion their company is paying too much for telecom. If your bill comes in this format, you can be assured you are.
CFOs everywhere are looking for Accounts Payable (AP) to take on a more strategic role. However, in order to make this happen, finance pros need to find a way to take many of the repetitive, non-value-added tasks off AP’s plate. In this guest post, Brent Meyers, the vice president of national sales for Nvoicepay, explains just […]
Workers’ comp costs can take a bite out of even the most safety-conscious companies’ bottom lines. Yes, have people wear their goggles and keep power cords off the floor. But you also might want to take a look at your job coding.
To root out companies suspected of hiring illegal immigrants, the feds will conduct its largest round of employment verification audits in years. What are the chances your firm will be affected?
Few things are quite as headache-provoking as the thought of IRS auditors scrutinizing your company’s financial records, one by one.
When IRS comes knocking, it’s in your best interest to be as cooperative as possible. But it’s important not to give auditors too much without being asked for it.
Four bucks for a gallon of gas + Four bucks for a gallon of milk + no pay raise = a potentially very expensive problem for companies.
No company wants to believe it’s being defrauded by its own workers. But it’s better to know for sure than to end up paying for individuals who aren’t even eligible for your healthcare benefits.
If the chaos of the pandemic and year-end caused your finance team to put the idea of an IRS audit on the backburner, now’s the time to bring that focus front and center again.
Let your payroll folks know: The feds have put together another game of chance — with the grand-prize being an audit of your company’s tax returns.
While the ultimate fate of the ACA remains uncertain at best, Finance pros may soon be able to use a key compliance strategy that was recently taken away from them.
If your audit committee could use some guidance when it comes to inspections from audit firms and getting information about your inspection, you’re in luck.
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