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Anders Liu-Lindberg
Title: Regional Finance Business Partner
Company: Maersk Line Northern Europe
(Regional Finance Business Partner at Maersk Line Northern Europe)
One of my first gigs as a leader in any kind of form came about ten years ago when I took over a local chapter of a political party. Perhaps took over is a bit of an overstatement as in fact I was the only one out of the 20 or so members who wanted to create some sort of...
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Anders Liu-Lindberg
Title: Regional Finance Business Partner
Company: Maersk Line Northern Europe
(Regional Finance Business Partner at Maersk Line Northern Europe)
What’s the worst situation to be in at a networking event? Standing alone in the corner! What’s the second worst situation to be in? Getting stuck with the one who is standing alone in the corner! Not knowing anyone before entering a network event is so...
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Anonymous
(Assistant Controller)
I have recently come across a job description that started like this - "The company has been named a “Bay Area Top Workplace” four years in a row and “Best Place to Work” in the Bay Area... What does it mean from the employer and employee view to be ranked the "BEST..."?...
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Wayne Spivak
Title: President & CFO
Company: SBAConsulting.com
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(President & CFO at SBAConsulting.com)
Which methodology do you use and why? Risk Method Historical Method Pareto Method Dart Method
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Anonymous
(office manager)
Should copies be made of checks and filed monthly?
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Daniel Clymer
Title: Automation Intern
Company: IPR International
(Automation Intern at IPR International)
I am looking for ways to improve cash flow and the nature of billing is done in cycles only at the beginning and end of each month similiar to a subscription model. My hopes are that if I bill earlier for services incurred lets say on the 25th of the month for the 1st of...
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Anonymous
(office manager)
looking for an efficient way to handle ap payments
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Ernie Humphrey
Title: CTP, Experienced Financial Professional
Company: 360 Thought Leadership
(CTP, Experienced Financial Professional at 360 Thought Leadership )
I saw an article on this topic on LinkedIn and thought it would great to get some comments from the Proformative Community. From my own experience, I was asked "if you could give one person poison that would end their life or put it into a pond that could kill no one...
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Wayne Spivak
Title: President & CFO
Company: SBAConsulting.com
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(President & CFO at SBAConsulting.com)
Company X is making a deal with Company Y X will provide essential purchase services including 3PL and use their credit facilities to finance inventory, which will be sold to Y as it is sold to Y's customers. There is no actual dollar investment in Y. Variation 1: Company...
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Anonymous
(CFO)
I am a bit old school, and I need to enjoy my work. I have been accused of being too close with work colleagues and direct reports, but that is in my nature. It helps drive my passion to care about those with whom I work. How can I balance my human nature with business...
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Ernie Humphrey
Title: CTP, Experienced Financial Professional
Company: 360 Thought Leadership
(CTP, Experienced Financial Professional at 360 Thought Leadership )
I am once again inspired by a posting on LinkedIn to create a blog around what I believe is a compelling topic to explore, and which will potentially engage others to offer their insights. Under what conditions should someone consider resigning from their current job?...
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Anonymous
(Controller)
We have large volume hardware purchases and a manual process for accounting for them as we don't yet have an ERP. About 1/2 the invoices have freight included and the total of the invoice is booked to inventory. However, for a lot of vendors the shipping is charged to...
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Anonymous
(Controller)
Do folks charge these to SG&A much like commissions paid to sales employees or should it go to COGS. I lean toward SG&A, however, I've been questioned on this. Thanks.
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Joe Wallin
Title: Partner
Company: Davis Wright Tremaine
(Partner at Davis Wright Tremaine)
SEC Investor Advisory Committee makes recommendations to the SEC regarding “accredited investor” definition and related considerations No specific changes to financial thresholds recommended New “financial sophistication” basis for accreditation...
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Doug Sleeter
Title: President
Company: The Sleeter Group, Inc.
(President at The Sleeter Group, Inc.)
QuickBooks Usage and Analytics Study October 17, 2014 | By Charlie Russell | 3 Replies More Have you run QuickBooks 2015 yet? Using test data, or your “real” company data? The first time you open your QuickBooks company file you will probably see a...
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Scout Young
Title: CFO
Company: Private
(CFO at Private)
In practice, what differences matter to you and/or do you think others may find significant?
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Daniel Magliari
Title: Principal.
Company: Magliari and Associates
(Principal. at Magliari and Associates)
I am working for a privately held company that has recently acquired a couple of subsidiaries internationally.  We currently need to provide an intercompany loans to two of the subs (located in Germany and Taiwan).  The subs are wholly owned by the parent. In...
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Anonymous
(Regional Finance Business Partner)
We will soon be engaging with Concur to automate our expense reporting and I was wondering if any of you had some experiences with the company that you could share?
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Ngoc Tran
Title: Sales
Company: ABC
(Sales at ABC)
My company normally pays the incentive bonus based on performance of Jan-Dec on 20-30th March of the next year. The IP payout will be sent to employee to confirm the IP amount on 10th March. In guidelines, it says "Termination: The Participant will only be entitled to...