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Laresa McIntyre
Title: Vice President Finance
Company: Infinity Sales Group LLC
(Vice President Finance at Infinity Sales Group LLC)
Here are 10 accounts payable best practices in no particular order.  Hopefully your A/P department can put a check beside each of these items.   1. Always pay from original...
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Christie Jahn
Title: CFO
Company: Atlantic Wireless Communications
(CFO at Atlantic Wireless Communications)
In Jan 2014, as a result of Obama Care; employer paid health benefits will be taxable as a fringe benefit. I'm looking at it from the perspective of increased tax brackets possibly...
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Margaret Hsia
Title: Financial Consultant
(Financial Consultant)
My understanding is that audit/tax fees no longer need to be accrued for a monthly basis but expensed in the period incurred.  Do you have a guidance reference that supports...
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Steve Siino
Title: Workforce Mgt Consultant
Company: Independent
(Workforce Mgt Consultant at Independent)
I am seeking the opinions of the group regarding experience with specific PEO providers, the general model, and recommendations specific to a company's size (0-49, 50-99,...
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Esther Koch
Title: Consulting CFO
Company: Koch Consulting
(Consulting CFO at Koch Consulting)
I am looking for someone who has practical knowledge of accounting for insurace claim proceeds for a fire loss.  In general, it seems that assets should be written off at a loss...
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Jill Nickerson
Title: VP, Finance and Admin
Company: Audio Precision, Inc.
(VP, Finance and Admin at Audio Precision, Inc.)
I have noticed a trend for large multinational corporations to require 60 terms. Recently we received a letter from a large customer informing their vendor base that their research has...
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(Sr. Manager Financial Planning)
What is the proper way to capitalize manufacturing variances (US GAAP)? Have you set a threshold and only capitalize variances over a certain amount? Do you capitalize the entire...
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I currently show a revenue line on my income statement line for "Vendor rebates." I see GAAP guidance that VENDORS should record rebates as a reduction in their sales prices...
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We are a small business. We have just received a renewal quote for a medical insurance from a major carrier. The costs went up 47%. Additional, the cost will vary by each participant (...
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About 20% of our staff works off-site (out of the area, not telecommuters) and they are reimbursed for a multitude of home office and travel expenses. Some of the staff work remotely...