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Ernie Humphrey
Title: CTP, Experienced Financial Professional
Company: 360 Thought Leadership
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(CTP, Experienced Financial Professional at 360 Thought Leadership )
I have previously shared a  few blogs , Why Certain Employees Are Irreplaceable, and Honesty: The Best Policy or Career Detriment focused on a few  business myth that I personally despise, which are "everyone is replaceable", and that "anyone who is...
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Carol Johnson
Title: Controller
Company: Private
(Controller at Private)
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(Finance Director)
There does not seem to be an actual limit in the regs but I would think I am I obligated to be reasonable. My system is limited to 99 but do I have to do 400 if requested? I do think this would be just for this first payment and then the w4 would be changed back to...
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(CFO)
I have a really hard time finding quality people for my finance team. I recently lost a really good employee and it was a bit of a surprise to me. I think I must have missed warning size that this person was about to quit. I am hoping others can share from their experiences...
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Ernie Humphrey
Title: CTP, Experienced Financial Professional
Company: 360 Thought Leadership
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(CTP, Experienced Financial Professional at 360 Thought Leadership )
5 Ingredients that Make a Bad CFO It is no secret that CEOs are looking to the office of the CFO to lead more broadly across departments as well as more actively within the office of the CFO.  The skill set necessary for nay CFO to do so effectively is a universe away...
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Anonymous
(Controller)
Hello, I'm currently reviewing our auditors adjusting entries and have a question concerning calculating the loss on sale of disposal. If I buy a truck on Jan 1 2014, and it gets into an accident and is written off on June 1 2014, I believe that I would have to...
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Alan Lester
Title: Principal
Company: R. Ellis Advisors
(Principal at R. Ellis Advisors)
I welcome your opinions of the Sage 50 accounting software for small businesses.
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Christie Jahn
Title: CFO
Company: Atlantic Wireless Communications
(CFO at Atlantic Wireless Communications)
I was reading an article called Intellectually Curious: The Secret to One Treasurer's Career and got to thinking. The article is about Christy Barwick, treasurer of Intellectual Ventures; she discusses her top three leadership lessons: Speak Up, Don't dismiss...
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Dan Nakahara
Title: Controller
Company: Yandell Truckaway, Inc.
(Controller at Yandell Truckaway, Inc.)
I have been looking around at AP automation solutions and I was wondering if anyone has experience with MineralTree and could review their service. I have seen some good words about Bill.com also. Are there any other I should look at?
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Wayne Spivak
Title: President & CFO
Company: SBAConsulting.com
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(President & CFO at SBAConsulting.com)
Do you use your Corp Credit Card to pay expenses? If so, why? On the flip side, do you accept credit cards for B2B payments, and again if so why? If you accept credit card payments, do you permit them at the end of credit terms or only at time of sale? What is the effect of...
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Anonymous
(CFO)
I am just tired of hearing a few "catch phrases" and about a few topics at work and I wanted to see if others were having the same experience and/or had other phrases that "get on their nerves" they would like to share. A few that are getting like nails...
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Matt Dawson
Title: CFO
Company: Dcs
(CFO at Dcs)
 Hi.  Does anyone have a good template for doing "all in" employee costing?  In order words, pay rate, burden, office space, equipment, etc.?   Thanks!
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Michael Goldberg
Title: Chief Financial Officer
Company: MG Financial
(Chief Financial Officer at MG Financial)
Why and how is it perceived to be difficult to leave a PEO? Does anyone have any experience with it or perspective?
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(COO)
Our startup (based on Oregon) has a new need to make regular (monthly) international wire transfers to support a new development project. Given the cumulative $ amount of these transfers, our bank's exchange rate makes it a fairly expensive service. I am looking for...
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Anonymous
(Finance Director)
I am reviewing year end entries from last year. There is an audit adjustment between a foreign sub in Euro and the US parent for the intercompany accounts, a note payable and the retained earnings account done at 12-31-2013. Perhaps that was recommended by the auditors for...
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Samuel Dergel
Title: Director - Executive Search
Company: Stanton Chase International
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(Director - Executive Search at Stanton Chase International)
With 2015 approaching, many senior financial executives are thinking about what the new year will mean to their workload; deadlines, projects, bonuses (both to pay and to be received), staffing concerns and loads of other stresses. The thoughts are all about what needs to...
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Randall Bolten
Title: CEO
Company: Lucidity
(CEO at Lucidity)
I try to be positive. I really do. But yesterday I came across a post that is so ridiculous that I can’t stay silent. The writer observes that in every year since the Chicago Board Options Exchange’s Market Volatility Index (^VIX) was created in 1986,...