It’s a maddening scenario for your Accounts Payable pros: After a Herculean effort to get all 1099s out on time, a corrected return needs to be submitted because of a Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) issue.
Forget about scrimping. How about first claiming every dollar that’s rightfully yours?
Paperless office? Probably not. But what if a very critical piece of Finance paperwork was getting lost in the shuffle?
Nothing wreaks havoc on Finance’s efficiency like a way-off cash flow forecast. Here’s an action plan that’ll banish expensive surprises.
Your finance department probably has some trading partners that are fairly hands-off … and others that require more attention from A/P and A/R.
Everybody likes to think no one could ever fill their shoes at work. Here’s why you want to make sure that’s not the case.
Asking your suppliers to change their billing processes and start sending you e-invoices isn’t usually an effective tactic. But there are certain things you can do to help them move in that direction.
Just in time for budget time! New business travel forecasts have been released that can help you determine how much more you’ll pay when road warriors take to the skies and roads next year on the company dime.
The slow-climbing – then rapid – shift to a remote business world has furthered the argument for replacing manual finance processes with electronic ones.
New year, new mileage rate. The Service has officially announced what your finance department will be working with in 2020.
There’s no shortage of tools that can help your Accounts Payable department improve its efficiency, but how do you tell which ones are worthwhile? In this guest post, Ralph Perdomo, a research analyst and writer at Nvoicepay, does all the work for finance pros.
A recent scam proves why it’s critical for your company to track products and purchases – especially essential ones – during these hectic times.
If you’re an A/P manager located in the Pacific Southwest, chances are you’re doing pretty well for yourself.
File it under “seemed like a good idea at the time” — in an attempt to save money a company reclassifies existing workers as independent contractors or starts hiring more ICs. Could save you a bundle … or cost you one.
To avoid costly interest and penalties, filing unclaimed property accurately and timely is now even more important for companies.
Your bank is hungry to keep your business (and maybe even get a little more of it). Most financial institutions think this may just be the way to do it.
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