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Accounting

Navigating the IPO: An Interview Series

For many growing organizations, the Initial Public Offering (IPO) is a beacon of success.  Your company has ramped up sales,...

Accounting

The End of Cash Accounting?

Well, not if US lawmakers have anything to say about it. In a bipartisan vote the House of Representatives signed...

Accounting

How Accounting Software Makes Document Retention Easier

Storing your journal entries and account reconciliations in accordance to applicable accounting standards can be time-consuming. This is especially true...

Accounting

3 Benefits of Accounting Software for Staff Accountants

As a staff accountant, you must prepare accurate journal entries, account reconciliations and schedules, every time you close the books....

Accounting

The Top 5 Errors in Public Company Audits

According to survey results released on April 10, major public company audits conducted by the six largest accounting firms are routinely...

Accounting

Disappearing Pension Gaps at America’s Largest Companies

A recent report from JP Morgan shows that pension gaps are disappearing.  One of the biggest contributors to the shrinking...

Accounting

HP and Autonomy Trade Accusations Over Accounting Error Disclosures

Hewlett-Packard’s 2011 purchase of British software maker Autonomy for $11 billion has seemingly devolved into a mess of allegations about...

Accounting

The CPA’s Role in Business Intelligence

Business Intelligence: Cutting through the Clutter in Information Overload Organizations typically turn to their CPAs for help in cutting through information...

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Accounting Advice for Start-ups

If I could give you one piece of accounting advice for your new venture, it would be rather simple: Start...