More and more small and midsize businesses are changing the way they charge their customers — and in most cases, it’s music to a CFO’s ears.
Companies looking to slash overhead costs by outsourcing A/P functions should be careful to avoid making these common mistakes.
Cloud-based accounting technology continues to evolve into an attractive idea for Finance. But there are a few reasons why you may want to put the breaks on making the switch.
With a year of many firsts just completed, everybody is on the hunt for ways to ensure stability in the new year. Here are five New Year’s resolutions for Finance in 2009.
Whatever level of automation your Accounts Payable department is at, there are still basic invoice-processing principles most staffers need to follow.
A majority of businesses are now accepting credit card payments from companies — but how often?
When it comes to automation, what ranks highest for your departments?
Finance staffers have been urging employees to ask questions and shop around for less-costly, high quality health care for years now — and it looks like many employees are finally heeding the call.
The A/P department usually presents an attractive target for fraudsters. So ensuring your anti-fraud controls are up to snuff is vital — particularly when it comes this exposure.
There’s so much hoopla around whether or not the Postal Service will eliminate Saturday delivery. But here’s what should really have you concerned.
You’d think passing Math 101 would be a requirement to help run a major organization. That may not be the case once you take a gander at some of these gigantic math gaffes.
Almost all AP departments have some degree of automation but, for many, there’s plenty of room for more.
When it comes to billing, paper invoices are becoming obsolete.
Choosing the right internet service provider (ISP) is essential to the success of your small business.
Scary thought: Financial loss from “improper payments” has affected almost half of your peers.
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