6 Ways to Improve Your Audit Readiness (And Lower Your Costs)

Even for the best-prepared accounting teams, the annual audit can be a time of immense anxiety and sometimes frustration. Between client and audit team miscommunication, haphazard PBC lists, fluctuating trial balances, and the simple fact that the in-house accounting team has already moved on to a new fiscal year, it’s no wonder why everyone is happy when the audit wraps up.

As strenuous as the audit is perceived — and often proves — to be, there are a number of steps businesses can take to relieve some of that stress and positively impact the audit.

Courtesy of FloQast, download this whitepaper to learn 6 steps for improving your audit readiness: 

Improve Audit Readiness
Virtual Roundtable: Controlling Employee Expenses with a Small but Mighty TeamWebinar Tuesday, September 28

Join the Controllers Council as Ram Bartov, Corporate Controller of TripActions (formerly Corporate Controller at Snowflake), reveals how small but high-performing finance teams today are embracing automated expense management technology to gain a better line of sight, control, and real-time reporting. Ram will moderate a “virtual roundtable” of Controllers and CFOs to be announced.