How To Prevent Cash Flow Problems

How To Prevent Cash Flow Problems

Business cash flow management is essential, in particular for small businesses. It pays salaries and bills and allows to invest in growth. But no business is safe from unexpected cash flow problems, whether they are due to late payments, a customer insolvency or an...

read more
Corporate Governance Trends in 2022

Corporate Governance Trends in 2022

For many American companies, 2021 represented both the best of times and the worst of times. The rollout of the COVID vaccine offered a momentary boost of energy, but this was soon dampened by the Omicron variant, supply chain issues, and problems abroad.  What will...

read more
How to Prevent Insolvency Risk

How to Prevent Insolvency Risk

Insolvency is a real threat to all companies, especially those who operate under corporate distress. Today, the lagging effects of trade disputes, political uncertainties, social tensions and even global health concerns can also put the best-run companies at...

read more
Managing Disruptive Supply Chains

Managing Disruptive Supply Chains

Disruptive supply chains have been in the news for the past few years. Since the pandemic began, we’ve witnessed multiple instances of interrupted access to supplies.  The first event occurred at the very beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. There was a shortage of...

read more
5 Ways to Make Intercompany Transactions Easier

5 Ways to Make Intercompany Transactions Easier

Intercompany transactions are common in the business world. In truth, over 80% of all global transactions are intercompany. The challenge for finance and accounting teams can be daunting, but it doesn't have to be. It’s important to have a clear understanding of what...

read more
Controller’s Guide to Professional Employment Organizations

Controller’s Guide to Professional Employment Organizations

Small and medium-sized businesses are beginning to see the benefits of professional employer organizations or PEOs.  These organizations allow for outsourcing certain administrative tasks, such as payroll and benefits administration, on behalf of a business. This...

read more
Accounting Crisis – CPA Firms Face 75% Retirements

Accounting Crisis – CPA Firms Face 75% Retirements

CPA firms are facing an upcoming severe staffing challenge. Almost 75% of the CPA workforce met the retirement age in 2020, as estimated by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).  What’s more, the number of CPA exam candidates has drifted...

read more
Doing Business With a Company in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Doing Business With a Company in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Business insolvency is on the rise, enhancing the threat that some of your current clients could declare bankruptcy this year. In fact, in 2020, business failures are set to rise for the fourth consecutive year. Under Chapter 11 bankruptcy, a company can reorganize...

read more
The Controllers Guide to Valuations

The Controllers Guide to Valuations

Valuation is a much-talked-about topic in corporate accounting. One of the basic duties of a financial controller is measuring the economic value of a business, its assets, and its divisions.  Knowing the fair value is crucial if and when a company wants to sell or...

read more

Get the latest news and important resources sent directly to your inbox:

Cash Flow Forecasting Tips for Turbulent TimesWebinar Thursday, June 30

Join us for a live discussion where you’ll learn about the choices for improving your cash flow forecasting, reporting, analysis and planning.