There’s new insight for your finance department on IRS’s forthcoming 1099 platform.
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 Your A/P and A/R teams can’t be bogged down by outdated routines and mundane work.
You know that cybersecurity threats never stop. Criminals are always finding fresh ways to snag secure information or trick your staff into wiring payments.
There’s no denying that technology and process digitization has changed your department’s role immensely in recent years.
Heads up, finance leaders. There’s a critical shift happening in the travel expense management world centered around non-employee expenses.
With all the hacks, breaches and other tech threats you face today, data security is a pressing, persistent aspect of your job.
Whether or not your company has yet to tap virtual currency, from bitcoin to blockchain, IRS wants you to start thinking about the tax implications.
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 […]
Blockchain: By now almost every organization understands the technology’s going to gain widespread adoption. But if you haven’t started the conversation in your own company you’re one of the few. A lot has changed in the past year as far as business’s attitude towards and action plan for blockchain. To see how you stack up, […]