Here’s a question finance chiefs often struggle with: Has come to turn over a dragging customer to a third party collector?
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The Financial Accounting Standards Board’s (FASB) new revenue recognition standard will have a major impact on a number of companies, particularly Software-as-a-Service (Saas) firms, according to guest author Jim Perry, the director of EPM Enablement at Infor.
With the rise of a new generation of B2B financial technology companies, the opportunities for CPA firms to offer new services have never been better. Brent Meyers of Nvoicepay takes a look at the expansion of fintech and how CPA firms can get more clients with these new solutions.
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.
Between recent court verdicts against employers and the potential adoption of the DOL’s fiduciary rule, fiduciary compliance is more critical than ever. The steps in this strategy essentially guarantee you and your plan are in compliance.
Finance deals in numbers all day. But how often are you generating numbers to find out how efficient your finance team is?
The FASB has issued a major new rule that will change your financial reporting.
Impostor fraud. Business email compromise. Supply chain fraud. Call it whatever you’d like, but the reality is this: Criminals are finding ways to impersonate company execs or trusted vendors and steal employers’ cash with alarming ease.
It never ends. You’re already trying to comply with Obamacare. Then, you’ll have to deal with the DOL’s new overtime exemption rule changes. What’s next?