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There is a parent company with a 100% percent subsidiary, which in turn has its own 100% subsidiary. They were consolidated directly by the parent using the one-stage consolidation method. And then, the whole subgroup was sold by the parent. Does it mean that we now need to...
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Tina Duncan
Title: HR Administrator
Company: Yoga Yoga
(HR Administrator at Yoga Yoga)
I am looking for free testing links to test candidates on Excel, Basecamp, Google Docs, and online skills.
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Nat Johnson
Title: Na
Company: Na
(Na at Na)
I am after a tips on the best way to organise paper records keeping (hundreds invoices and paper slips per month) and easy accessing for Audit purposes.
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Anonymous
(Accountant)
My company sells SaaS services and would like to enter into a 3 year deal with a customer. We will be paid $6 for the 3 year deal, paid as follows: Year 1: $0 Year 2: $3 Year 3: $3 The customer wants the contract to be structured such that they can minimize the year 1...
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EMERSON GALFO
Title: CFO
Company: C-Suite Services
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(CFO at C-Suite Services)
I thought this would be a good read and discussion. As CFOs this is our realm and we can influence this. Please share your thoughts! http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/14/business/dealbook/blackrocks-chief-laurence-fink-urges-other-ceos-to-stop-being-so-nice-to-investors....
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Anonymous
(Financial Manager)
I have a quick question regarding charitable donations to a 501c3 organization. We are a Church who has two large ministries under the same tax id as the Church. If someone wanted to contribute to either our school or our sending mission agency, is that okay? Meaning, is it...
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Anonymous
(CFO)
Good afternoon, We are currently researching contract management software. As a relatively small company, we would only require 2 or 3 user licenses, and are looking for relatively inexpensive solution. We are interested primarily for the features surrounding vendor...
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brad bergkamp
Title: Accountant
Company: CC
(Accountant at CC)
I am fumbling through closing the books for the first time (I have my own file that I can play with so I don't mess up the company financials if I were to make a mistake). [Note: I have no one here to help or teach me; that's where y'all come in :) ] My specific question is...
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Anonymous
(Strategic)
What is the correct revenue recognition accounting by reselling software licensing? Example, the reseller sell to a customer 100K of software licenses on the first of June and they deliver the software on the second week of June. On June, the software company charges the...
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Velu Muniswamy
Title: Sourcing Specialist
Company: Intuit Inc
(Sourcing Specialist at Intuit Inc )
Hi There, I'm from Sourcing (Goods and Professional services) and Vendor management team. Could you suggest me the suitable training program to gather in-depth knowledge in my area. Because most of the listed training looks generic. Thanks & Regards Velu.
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Jerry Goldberg
Title: Principal
Company: Strategic Capital Corp
(Principal at Strategic Capital Corp)
I have a client who is paying an outsourced development firm on a monthly basis to develop a proprietary software platform. Total time will be 24 months at #240K total, and then contiued maintenance updates and additional development as needed. My question is on how the...
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brad bergkamp
Title: Accountant
Company: CC
(Accountant at CC)
I am new to accounting and have recently filled a position which was, before me, unoccupied. As a result, the company I now work for does not manage Vacation or Sick time. My question: How should I keep track of available/earned vacation and sick time as it accumulates (on...
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Wayne Spivak
Title: President & CFO
Company: SBAConsulting.com
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(President & CFO at SBAConsulting.com)
Whether you were part of the appointing process or you inherited a Board of Directors, what functions do you expect the Board to play in business and why? How do you address deficiencies in either the Board of its members to best add value to the company.
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Anonymous
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Are these all just different terms for the same thing are coporte planning vs strategic planning distinctly different activities?
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Kathy Ryan
Title: CEO & CFO, co-founder
Company: RoseRyan
(CEO & CFO, co-founder at RoseRyan)
Many companies tend to follow similar patterns as they adapt and change over time. The trajectory is known as the business lifecycle, and our consulting firm in Silicon Valley has identified four particular stages that companies typically move through from beginning to...
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Ernie Humphrey CTP
Title: CFO
Company: Function Form Staging & Design
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(CFO at Function Form Staging & Design)
In Part I of Why T&E Should Matter to CFOs, the relevance of travel and entertainment (T&E) expense management to CFOs was established. In a nutshell: second only to payroll, T&E spend comprises the largest business expense for companies; ineffective T&...
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Wayne Spivak
Title: President & CFO
Company: SBAConsulting.com
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(President & CFO at SBAConsulting.com)
What do you do: Handle it in-house OR call law enforcement. Why did you choose your route?
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Carla Salazar
Title: CFO
Company: Crafts Americana
(CFO at Crafts Americana)
We currently use Great Plains version 10. It served us well but would like a package built on new technology, on the cloud, reliable and secure. At this point I would like to replace our Accounting package yet have the flexibility to part of an ERP system that would allow...
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Anonymous
(Assistant Controller)
I've noticed more and more vendors who "require" that we pay them by credit card or ACH payment, in which we are required to give our bank account information for them to pull the ACH for payment. Does anyone else have an issue with this or am I unreasonable...
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Anonymous
(Accounts Manager)
What is the tax treatment for loss on loans due to foreign exchange fluctuation in the books of the subsidiary company. Should it be a Capital expd.??? The Parent and Subsidiary companies are in different countries. This is submitted here in order to get views/response from...