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Charming Shah
Title: Practice Head
Company: IGATE
(Practice Head at IGATE)
We would like to know details of process , procedure , steps to create FP&A COE Also, references of companies those who can help develop and implement strategy to build FP&A...
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Elizabeth Pearce
Title: CFO
Company: O4D Inc (dba Matches That Matter)
(CFO at O4D Inc (dba Matches That Matter))
First, is there a working group? A group of professionals working with the IRS to develop best practices for the Medical Marijuana Industry? If it doesn't exist yet, we should...
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Chris Shumate
Title: Corporate Accountant
Company: Redline Contract Services, LLC
(Corporate Accountant at Redline Contract Services, LLC)
While reading CFO.com this morning, I came across an article that makes me curious about how the well-established CFOs differ from the younger CFOs, that are trying to become...
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Anonymous
(Director of FP&A)
I have Googled this and I am finding it very difficult to find an answer. Thanks.
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Wayne Spivak
Title: President & CFO
Company: SBA * Consulting LTD
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(President & CFO at SBA * Consulting LTD)
There have been lots of Q & A on Proformative about great executive resumes, but none asks the simple question, for a high-level role, which resume format is better and why? (In...
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Anonymous
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I am perfect for a Controller position in an industry that I have vast experience in but I cannot get past the In-House Recruiter because they want a CPA. I am an ABA and a CMA. Any...
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Anonymous
(Finance and Accounting)
I recently answered an ad for a treasury analyst position at a new company by sending the company president an email with a cover letter and resume attached to it. She responded by...
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Jeff Andrews
Title: Treasurer
Company: Private
(Treasurer at Private)
We're currently trying to decide which would be more advantageous, both from a tax perspective and from an employee's point of view.
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Tonya Crittenden
Title: Office Manager
Company: David Crittenden, PLLC
(Office Manager at David Crittenden, PLLC)
I manage and co-own a small business with 3 full time (with benefits) and 3 part time (limited benefits) employees. I am considering using a PEO. Is the owner's retirement vehicle/...
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Atul Madahar
Title: Director
Company: Anonymous
(Director at Anonymous)
Dear Proformative Friends and Neighbors, Thank you for your responses to my previous questions... very, very helpful. My current firm is considering forming a new company to address a...
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Anonymous
(Accountant)
What would you do if you are having an overwhelming workload while your vice president is not doing anything except bossing around, pressing you to get the job done (even the jobs that...
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Noel Bryan
Title: Financial Lead
Company: gravitytank
(Financial Lead at gravitytank)
We are a professional services 90+ employees firm (NOT in the Architecture, Engineering, Construction industry) and are changing financial systems from QuickBooks. We are evaluating...
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Anonymous
(Accountant)
I am having an issue with my boss. His designation is OPERATIONS MANAGER and he thinks too much about himself. He always passes nasty comments about the company general manager and the...
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David Prue
Title: Managing Director
Company: Board of Directors Services Inc
(Managing Director at Board of Directors Services Inc)
I need assistance with audited carve-out statements in support of an RTO. I am unclear on how to classify balance sheet items of the carved-out entity on the reported main operation...
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Wayne Spivak
Title: President & CFO
Company: SBA * Consulting LTD
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(President & CFO at SBA * Consulting LTD)
Are public CPA firms (Auditing function): a) independent as popular dogma goes? b) somewhat independent, the client does pay the bill? c) somewhat independent, well they are also doing...
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Anonymous
(CFO)
The majority of the causes for a conflict between CFO and CEO could be on account of disconnects related to governance, operational control, processes & procedures, decisions on...
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Anonymous
(President)
I have a person that works for me that is continuously causing problems in the company. Talking about everyone (badmouthing) people in the company and constantly whispering how someone...
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Wayne Spivak
Title: President & CFO
Company: SBA * Consulting LTD
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(President & CFO at SBA * Consulting LTD)
It seems (reported in CFO, June 2014) that the PCAOB stopped trying to institute a mandatory Auditor Rotation. However the EU enacted that same concept, with the term limit of 10 years...
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