Have You Filled Out the New NC-4?

By: Rollin Groseclose If not, you’re missing out on so much. Most of us filled one of these out some time back when we started working with our current employer, expecting to only have to deal with it again if we changed jobs. If you’re responsible for collecting these on behalf of your company, have […]

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Has Your Organization Been Affected By a Bad Hire?

By: Sheila Birnbach A new study from CareerBuilder found that more than half of the companies in the United States have been affected by a bad hiring decision, with a broad range of negative effects reported by the hiring managers and other HR professionals who participated in the survey. “Making a wrong decision regarding a […]

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10 Money-Saving Tips for Your Business

By: Kristen Gramigna For the small business, saving money is about more than increasing profits; it’s about survival. That’s why finding ways to cut costs and reduce inefficiencies is such an important part of your job as an accountant—helping your business save money means helping your business succeed. So with that in mind, consider these […]

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Time to Load up your Balance Sheet with Leases: Or is it?

By: Jonathan Kraftchick On September 13, 2013, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) closed out the comment period for the second version of its proposed leasing standards.  The latest round totaled over 600 comment letters.  Most of the letters, while still somewhat negative, show that many users and preparers […]

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