Ensuring sales and use tax accuracy is a job that generally falls to your finance team. And it’s a high-pressure job at that.
Credit and Collections
Right now, there’s a notable sales tax trend sweeping through states. And if your company hasn’t been impacted yet, it will be soon.
Your finance staffers watch for duplicates and other payment slip-ups all year long. But why should they be especially cautious this month?
If Facebook and Google fell for it, what chance do we have? That’s what you might be thinking after hearing a Lithuanian man just pleaded guilty to a slew of charges stemming from a billing scam that flooded these tech giants with fake invoices for a nine-figure loss.
In many cases, seconds are great. Second chances at love, second helpings at dinner … But second payments to vendors? Not so great.
For most companies, collections emails have replaced collections calls … at least when accounts first go past due.
Heads up: Poor contracting could be costing you thousands – or even millions – each year.
No doubt, the cutting-edge technology specifically geared toward banks and financial service providers can greatly benefit employers in those industries. But those tech advancements can also lead to a fragmented data infrastructure. In this post, guest author Sai Gundavelli, the Founder and CEO of Solix Technologies, Inc., a big data application provider, highlights the many […]
Finance chiefs need to think strategically about how they can get Accounts Payable pros to get rid of checks and set themselves up to take full advantage of the host of new payment technologies out there. To help, guest author Brent Meyers, the vice president of national sales for Nvoicepay, offers a step-by-step plan on […]