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Better identity theft efforts - S. 2736

Annette Nellen's Profile
 

The essence of key risk indicators

Charles Schrock's Profile

This post continues my “essence of ERM” series. The goal of this series is to address all manner of risk management topics in small sensible components. I’m writing this series to help make risk management a practical tool for organizations of all types.

This post is about key risk indicators.

Intrastate Crowdfunding and the 499 Unaccredited Shareholder Problem

Joe Wallin's Profile

In prior posts I have lamented the problems with the federal crowdfunding law.  The SEC is still behind on finalizing rules implementing the crowdfunding provisions of the JOBS Act.

Evolution of the Client Accounting Services Model

Doug Sleeter's Profile

Why Aren’t Receipts Automatically Matched to Bank Feed Transactions?

Doug Sleeter's Profile

Your Resume is Not Getting Traction: It Does Not Present you as a Savvy Professional.

James Weber's Profile

I have long been fascinated by Corporate Cultures, especially those of successful organizations.  What is it that sets those cultures apart?   All companies have a culture.  In fact, all groups have a culture even though it may not be recognized.  Formal groups have a shared history, code of conduct, set of values, and language which defines the group.  Some cultur

Innovation Breeds Success For Heirs Of Family-Owned Businesses

Nancy Wilson's Profile

An estimated 80 percent of privately-held companies across the globe are family-owned.1 In the old days, business was pretty straightforward, and for many, it was a given that heirs would step in and take over when the original founder retired or passed away.

Maximizing Your Profile on LinkedIn

Doug Sleeter's Profile
 

The essence of risk and opportunities

Charles Schrock's Profile

This post continues my “essence of ERM” series. The goal of this series is to address all manner of risk management topics in small sensible components. I’m writing this series to help make risk management a practical tool for organizations of all types.

This post is about risk and opportunities.

How To Speak Finance In A Non-Finance World

Anders Liu-Lindberg's Profile

I think it’s fair to say that quite a few finance professionals struggle with effective communication. This is especially true when they are trying to communicate with people outside of the Finance realm. Sometimes our presentations include so many numbers that you get a headache just by looking at it.