Study after study confirms that most workers aren’t setting aside nearly enough money for retirement. As a result, an increasing number of individuals are prolonging their retirement. This can have a drastic effect on employers, so is it time for firms to get more aggressive?
Treasury / Cash / Risk Management
Jump on every technology that promises to improve accounting processes and you won’t have anything left in the budget to keep track of. But for some tech features finance execs should definitely jump on, few have.
Are you ready for what lies ahead for CFOs? A new survey outlines some of the biggest issues CFOs will face in the future, and the skills they’ll need to handle those issues.
You know how dangerous a break-in to your database could be to your bottom line, so you’re always looking to protect yourself from outside attacks. That strategy could backfire.
Storms, power outages, natural disasters, IT glitches. They all mean the same thing for Finance: money and time down the drain.
It was only a matter of time before this type of theft became the top way in which companies were defrauded.
Want to save money by cutting down on worker’s comp claims? The solution lies in shaping how your employees talk to one another.
We know they’re not perfect, but those rows and columns are the lifeblood of most finance shops.
For nearly a decade, companies have been devoting a lot of attention — and dollars — to the security of their systems and data. But how much is too much? Or not enough?
Need more evidence that wellness is a worthwhile investment? These stats should help.
No shortage of policies in any finance department. But there’s one that needs a second look ASAP.
There’s no shortage of risk factors that can sabotage your company’s supply chain. Check out what your peers are doing to minimize them.
Now that Tax Season 2017 is upon us, it is time for Finance departments to remain vigilant against the pervasive threat of identity theft and refund fraud arising from the distribution of personal tax information, say guest posters Ken Dort and Reeva Thakrar, both attorneys for the firm of Drinker Biddle & Reath. __________________________________________________________________________
Risk management and economic recovery look to be top-of-mind for finance executives when it comes to filling out the Finance department in 2013.
They’re four little letters that represent a whole lot of money: R-I-S-K.
Spoiler Alert: It could happen to anyone.
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