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Anonymous
(Chief Financial Officer)
Recently the role of Compliance has been added to my list of responsibilities. I am in the Healthcare Industry on the service side. I need to perform a GAP analysis to see what areas need to be addressed first. I will also be responsible for getting our organization...
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John P. Hart
Title: Vice Pres - CFO
Company: Nova Pressroom Products, LLC
(Vice Pres - CFO at Nova Pressroom Products, LLC)
Knowing that this question has been around for ages, a recent blog-post caught my eye: Starting July 1, 2018, Massachusetts (MA) will be the first state to prohibit interview questions regarding a candidate’s salary history. http://www.yourparttimehrmanager.com/law-...
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Pamela Poggi
Title: VP, HR
Company: YMCA of Florida's First Coast
(VP, HR at YMCA of Florida's First Coast)
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Mackenzie Kartap
Title: Entrepreneur
Company: Independent
(Entrepreneur at Independent)
Trying to decide what's best... Is software really necessary, like capshare.com? Is paid software worth it over free versions (like ReportAlly, captable.io) etc? Or just Excel? Thanks!
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Anonymous
(CFO)
My client is an S Corp. She owns a car and the title is in her personal name. Can she capitalize and depreciate the car in the S Corp and deduct actual expenses? I think she will need to sell the car to her corporation, including paying sales tax on the transaction, in...
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John Veloski
Title: CFO
Company: MCN Healthcare
(CFO at MCN Healthcare)
I've just joined a SaaS company which has a new CEO and no real cash forecasting in place. Right now, cash balances are OK, but in order to ensure that status continues, I need to come up with a better way of doing things. What I have just started in an Excel...
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Laresa McIntyre
Title: Vice President Finance
Company: Infinity Sales Group LLC
(Vice President Finance at Infinity Sales Group LLC)
We in the finance & accounting field can be creatures of habit.  We get used to looking at things in terms of months.  This is how we are schooled and how most companies set up their books.  The problem is reporting on a monthly basis can make analyzing...
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Mark Stokes
Title: CFO
Company: Private
(CFO at Private)
We are in the process of launching a subscription product where users will pay for access to content online (e.g. HBO). Users could subscribe on any day of the month and down the road they may cancel on any day of the month. So, how should we recognize revenue for this?...
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Jeff Andrews
Title: Treasurer
Company: Private
(Treasurer at Private)
Do you know of any start-ups who have successfully used it? Or any who failed?
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Anonymous
(Senior Accountant)
Should an annual fee that is normally paid in full mid year (June) be divided into 12 ($300/month) to recognize expense monthly for budget purpose?
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Anonymous
(Director of Finance and Operations)
Proformative, I am currently working on a cash waterfall but am running into some trouble with respect to our contracts. Unlike many SaaS companies that have Monthly Recurring Revenue, our contracts are spread out on a quarterly basis, making it a bit harder to forecast in...
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Anonymous
(Controller)
I am the controller of a restaurant group and one of the new restaurants requires quarterly reporting. Our bookkeeping firm uses QB, however, they are telling me this isn't possible which i find hard to believe as there are public restaurant groups. I did some research...
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Sabastain Nkongho
Title: Financial Planning & Reporting Analyst
Company: Hygeia HMO Ltd
(Financial Planning & Reporting Analyst at Hygeia HMO Ltd)
I will like to know if any one has ever used Power Pivot & Power View for the preparation of Monthly Management Account or Dashboard. Reference to great materials will be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Mackenzie Kartap
Title: Entrepreneur
Company: Independent
(Entrepreneur at Independent)
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Anonymous
(Junior accountant)
Here are the details. It's the end of the year, June 30th, we've got an insurance invoice received sometime in the last week of June, but it's for July's premium. It's due by mid July. Since it's insurance, there's a contractual obligation as...
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Anonymous
(Advisor)
I've recently joined a company as CFO (having been venturing in other areas for awhile) and have been asked to look into a Positive Pay situation which is apparently a more recent addition to the banking institutions. Is this pretty much standard with all the banks...
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Anonymous
(Manager of)
We are mid-size light manufacturing/Assemble company; about 120 full time employees. We are B2B Company (Domestic and International Sales). We are thinking about implementing an ERP system. I am looking for recommendation for ERP systems/partners to consider. Any...
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Adam Jernigan
Title: Founder & CEO
Company: Financials OnTap
(Founder & CEO at Financials OnTap)
Full­time hiring is expensive, especially if that person is a CFO or VP of Finance. Fortunately, the “Fractional CFO” business is booming allowing companies of all sizes, sectors, and stages to leverage the broad skill set of a CFO without taking on the...
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Mary Driscoll
Title: Senior Research Fellow
Company: APQC (American Productivity and Quality ..
(Senior Research Fellow at APQC (American Productivity and Quality ..)
Very soon, most Proformative readers will be neck-deep in developing next year’s budget. Perhaps now is a good time to think about the pain imposed on business managers by convoluted budgeting. Think too about what you’re asking your finance staff to endure....
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Anonymous
(Executive Director)
I am curious as to if companies have formal social media policies. During my last few speaking engagements I was surprised about how few do and/or it is not known to exist by employees? If you have one, how do you communicate and enforce it?