While running internal audits has become a fairly common practice, some firms are taking it a step further.
Technology has made auditing and reporting easier, but is Finance getting tripped up by a major bottleneck?
It’s a mission-critical function in every company: the internal auditor. And whether you have a dedicated position or tap general finance staffers to do the review, you want to make sure you have the right person for the job. Heads up: That definition is changing. Many of your peers are looking for different skills these […]
In grade school you may have been told “never mind what your neighbor is doing,” but smart finance pros know that keeping an eye on what their peers are doing is smart business.
When financial fraud allegations arise at a public company, the firm that audits the financial statements of that company will often draw the attention of one or more of three very formidable entities: the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB).
Beginning in February, 6,000 random (unlucky) companies will start getting the IRS version of Happy New Year’s wishes: a notice they’re going to be audited over employment taxes.
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.
There’s a bit of a dilemma going on regarding the Securities and Exchange Commission’s new whistleblower program.
It’s been a busy year at CFODailyNews. Here’s a look at the ten stories that attracted the most eyeballs in 2015.
With another year in the books, we’re looking back at the most popular Finance stories of 2017.
A new report’s out saying companies’ risk of fraud will be going up in the next 24 months. And even if you don’t think it could happen in your organization, you have to prepare as if it could.
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