Sales tax isn’t a high priority for many fast growing businesses these days; yet just beyond your field of vision lay compliance challenges that can start small and become serious and expensive.more >
When it comes to sales tax revenue, states are striking out to conquer new frontiers. Yet, unlike their forefathers before them, many lack the pioneering fortitude to stake a firm claim in fertile Cloud territory.
Tech firms are breaking new ground with online software... more >
The Executive’s Guide to Sales Tax Risk: Hits and Misses among Industry Peers sheds light on the outlying trends that impact a company’s risk level and demonstrates why company leaders should take a closer look at how sales tax is managed within their organizations. With an... more >
There comes a point in every company’s growth when manually calculating sales tax using tax tables and department of revenue sites is not enough to get the job done. In short, sales tax becomes an afterthought at just the moment when it is the most risky, potentially... more >
This report uncovers the direct and indirect costs of managing sales and use tax compliance that your organization may be experiencing and provides a strategy for reducing these costs through cloud software.more >
Sales tax filing and reporting rules vary between jurisdictions in material ways. Each state has unique filing schedules, forms, payment thresholds and other administrative requirements that make staying on top of returns challenging. Following a few best practices can help... more >
Come tax time, your CPA firm is probably on speed dial. But how often do you seek out your accountant’s advice on other areas of your business? Accountants are savvy financial advisors who can assist you with more than just filing tax returns. The start of the year is the... more >
For many businesses, a high-powered ERP can streamline processes, increase efficiency, and strengthen the bottom line—at least in theory. In reality, some companies miss out on the opportunity to achieve greater ROI by overlooking a few fundamental truths about ERPs. First,... more >
We’ve all outgrown things: clothes, shoes, relationships, jobs. Knowing it’s time to move on can be difficult, even for companies. Today’s business processes have evolved and become more complex. So it’s no surprise that 3 out of 4 business managers are concerned that their... more >
With every major shift in application software technology, vendors create new applications. These new applications are frequently joined, one-to-another, to other newly created applications from the same vendor. Before long, a ‘suite’ of applications has dawned.
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Not all cloud solutions are “born equal”. As organizations venture into the cloud, they are discovering the need to have an eye to the ‘platform’ if they are to avoid simply replicating the fragmented application architectures that historically pervaded the on-premises world... more >
Businesses are racing to cloud applications. However, cloud in itself is not the answer. By selecting apps running on separate databases with different user interfaces and security models your creating a monster; a Frankencloud.
That is why we created this ERP... more >
This report focuses on the VAR business model, which is growing and evolving in support of the technology sector, to engage supply end user customers with products and services. Bryan Ball, Vice President and Group Director of Supply Chain and GSM Practices, examines the VAR... more >
The globalized economy presents new opportunities for growth, frequently requiring companies to expatriate employees overseas. Sending key talent overseas can solve problems, but also triggers a host of issues, such as immigration status and in-country employment compliance,... more >
Is anyone you are working with considered a "foreign official"? Review our handy FCPA foreign official checklist to make sure you are operating in full compliance.more >
The nuances and challenges of managing and running international HR can throw off even the most experienced HR leader. The complexities, requirements and regulations associated with operating in foreign countries are significant and are inherently different than the US... more >
Discover a four-step process for staying compliant with host country regulations.
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The decision to embark on an international expansion can be both exciting and frightening: seemingly endless growth opportunities exist, but there can be significant risks involved.
The checklist for setting up international operations is lengthy and varies country to... more >
Mergers and acquisitions are integral to the globalization process, and they have obvious implications for the workforce of the companies involved. When mergers fail to deliver the desired outcome from a profitability perspective, the problems are often due to HR-related... more >
If your business is planning an international expansion, a key consideration is how to set up your operations. And, if your overseas business opens you up to permanent establishment risk, you may need to consider establishing an international entity. But what kind of entity... more >
CFO Research, in conjunction with Radius, surveyed executives at small to mid-sized companies about their experiences with pursuing business overseas and their reasons for doing so. We collected 161 responses from executives at companies with revenue between $50 million and $... more >
In January 2012, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (the OECD) published Dealing Effectively with Transfer Pricing. Included in this volume is a useful checklist of risk indicators. View the risk indicators for transfer pricing.more >
While company headquarters may be in one location, other key operations are often occurring internationally. Where along the supply chain will there be tax liability?
Take a look at some of the potential areas where cross-border tax liability concerns may come up.more >
Over the last three decades, China has achieved unprecedented economic growth. It is not only the world’s fastest growing economy, it has now overtaken Japan as the second largest economy behind the United States. In recent years, the country once renowned in the business... more >
As a leading global finance center and a historically open economy, it’s worth remembering that Hong Kong has been a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) since 1997. But Hong Kong enjoys great autonomy from the mainland, and the city has... more >