Heads up, finance leaders. There’s a critical shift happening in the travel expense management world centered around non-employee expenses.
There are probably at least a few employees at your company who routinely make the same kind of mistakes over and over again.
New year, new mileage rate. The Service has officially announced what your finance department will be working with in 2020.
Whether your finance department is ready or not, globalization is spreading and international payments are steadily increasing.
Of all the strict IRS requirements your finance team strives to meet at year-end, accurate 1099s and W-2s hit the top of the list.
The high-tech future’s finally arriving in Finance departments all across the country, and e-payments are slated to take over.
There are few things more frustrating and stressful for your finance team than when a vendor won’t fork over its Form W-9.
With all the hacks, breaches and other tech threats you face today, data security is a pressing, persistent aspect of your job.
Winter is coming up quick. And there are more than a few year-end deadlines Finance must meet to guarantee IRS compliance and avoid pricey penalties.
To avoid costly legal trouble, it’s imperative for companies to evaluate their approach to workplace harassment right away.