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Patricia Montour
Title: CPA, CGMA
Company: Apple Hill Farms, LLC Group of Companies
(CPA, CGMA at Apple Hill Farms, LLC Group of Companies)
I have one property out of eleven that painted and stained their building this year. No structural repairs. It is not for sale, but an operating restaurant. Could this be capitalized?
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Anonymous
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Hello, I'm looking for a excel worksheet used for revenue recognition for software. Most of the business I'm working with is subscription billing so the revenue would be recognized over the life of the contract, but there are a number of projects that we do that...
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Anonymous
(CFO)
Where would you recommend looking for the most up to date resume styles being looked at in the Corporate world today?
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Gregory Q. Jenkins
Title: President & CEO
Company: Quentasia Industries Inc.
(President & CEO at Quentasia Industries Inc.)
This is the third part in my series where I am making the case for when a database is superior to a spreadsheet.  I will reiterate: spreadsheets are a great tool for presentation of data but databases offer advantages when you need to transform your data or analyze...
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(CFO)
I have tried to make it through webinars focused on big data. What does this term actually mean? What is the value of what they call "unstructured" data? How can an SMB get and leverage information on things like the social media activity of customers and its own...
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Wayne Spivak
Title: President & CFO
Company: SBAConsulting.com
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(President & CFO at SBAConsulting.com)
How do you define them, and today is there much of a difference?
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Steve Cavalieri
Title: Accountant
Company: Stuart Edelstein Linderman LLP
(Accountant at Stuart Edelstein Linderman LLP)
We have a new company with conditional restrictive Class C Capital stock incentive compensation. It vests after three years. Do I need to account for it before it vests? When I do account for it, is there anything more to the entry than just debiting wages and crediting...
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Don Rudd
Title: General Manager
Company: Nundah Activity Centre Inc
(General Manager at Nundah Activity Centre Inc)
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Randall Bolten
Title: CEO
Company: Lucidity
(CEO at Lucidity)
We shift gears from recent posts to address a critical – and extremely timely – decision: choosing a health insurance plan, which you must do by 12/15 if you want a new plan in place by 1/1/15. If you’re a finance professional, you will be doing your...
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Anonymous
(Controller)
If a warehouse is purchased solely for the purpose of storing finished goods and to facilitate logistics of shipping (only folks associated with receiving, prepping and shipping will be located there and it will only have product for resale and/or to support our...
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M. Feldman
Title: Controller
Company: Private
(Controller at Private)
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James Morales, CFA
Title: FP&A Manager
Company: Simply Health Care Plans
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(FP&A Manager at Simply Health Care Plans)
Looking to revamp how we plan and forecast our FTE headcount. Looking for ideas on how you do this in your shops, specifically: - Do you use any planning software besides Excel to accomplish this? - How do you incorporate salary ranges and expected start dates into your...
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Simon Westbrook
Title: CFO
Company: Aargo Inc.
( CFO at Aargo Inc.)
I have just reviewed a balance sheet prepared by a company that has capitalized , and continues to capitalize patent expenses, including legal  and filing fees, and then amortizes the expense over a fixed term of x years. While this may have the advantage of...
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Wayne Spivak
Title: President & CFO
Company: SBAConsulting.com
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(President & CFO at SBAConsulting.com)
Which ratio's do you use on a regular basis and actually find value in running your business. For argument's sake, let's all agree on the A/R & A/P Days Outstanding and/or Turnover ratio's. As always, why? Here is a short list (not all inclusive):...
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Greg Kading
Title: Principal
Company: Gregory Kading LLC
(Principal at Gregory Kading LLC)
I've seen recommendations to use the Class field on all transactions, but unsure how that would work with intercompany transactions and eliminations.  Does anyone have experience with subsidiary companies within QB with billing back and forth between the parent...
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Rose Robbins
Title: CFO
Company: Private
(CFO at Private)
Which do you prefer or works better for you: payroll schedule bi-weekly vs semi-monthly?
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Chris Shumate
Title: Corporate Accountant
Company: Redline Contract Services, LLC
(Corporate Accountant at Redline Contract Services, LLC)
I am curious, I have a sort of education-a-holic type thing going on where I continue to want to gain more knowledge. I am working toward my CPA currently. My ultimate goal is to become a CFO or Controller of an organization some day. I have been as high as a Senior...
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Chris Shumate
Title: Corporate Accountant
Company: Redline Contract Services, LLC
(Corporate Accountant at Redline Contract Services, LLC)
There are several corporate finance job titles. Among them are CFO, Treasurer, VP of Finance, Director of Finance, Director of Accounting, Director of Financial Reporting, Corporate Controller, Controller, Divisional Controller, and this doesn’t even include their...
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