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Wayne Spivak
Title: President & CFO
Company: SBAConsulting.com
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(President & CFO at SBAConsulting.com) According to Compliance Week: "Only 1 percent of the Fortune 500 say their adoption of new revenue recognition accounting rules will have a material effect on the company’s financial statements, according to a PwC analysis, while 54 percent say definitively that the effect...
Wayne Spivak
Title: President & CFO
Company: SBAConsulting.com
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(President & CFO at SBAConsulting.com) "The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's new chairman could use a legal shortcut to water down disclosure requirements blamed for overburdening public companies, according to Harvey Pitt, a former SEC chairman who spoke at Tuesday's WSJ CFO Network annual meeting. "...
paul aisam
Title: Accountant.
Company: technologies
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(Accountant. at technologies) A Japanese company Z has three ledger USA, JAPAN And UE. Each ledger, apart from Japan, has two Cash Books and two different Bank Accounts. The reason why there are two accounts in USA and UE is because they have a Yen account and a local account. Now, If the ledger UE...
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(Accountant.) Hi All, My understanding of intercompany cross charges is very little and would appreciate if you could help me with the following issue: I am an acccountant and I manage several european countries for the US headquarter. Every country has got two accounts ( one expressed...
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Susy Joseph
Title: Internal Auditor
Company: Essence Health
(Internal Auditor at Essence Health)
Wayne Spivak
Title: President & CFO
Company: SBAConsulting.com
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(President & CFO at SBAConsulting.com) In an article on Reuters, banks and other companies who have been targets of hacking are creating the standards for a rating system. Don't you find it strange that those who were the victims do to poor cyber security in the first place are making the rating system as...
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Lynette Luong
Title: Accountant
Company: Self
(Accountant at Self) What are the criterias used to define if the money comming from customer is revenue or NRE for a semiconductor company?
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(CFO) I have a solid background in public accounting (not partner but was high level) and industry with CPA. I left a firm to join a "small" company whose revenues have approached the $50MM mark. I was never a controller and the CFO opportunity fell into my lap. I took it...
Wayne Spivak
Title: President & CFO
Company: SBAConsulting.com
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(President & CFO at SBAConsulting.com) The Technology That Will Change Accounting https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesfinancecouncil/2017/06/14/the-technology-that-will-change-accounting/
Wayne Spivak
Title: President & CFO
Company: SBAConsulting.com
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(President & CFO at SBAConsulting.com) http://ww2.cfo.com/applications/2017/06/microsoft-releases-patches-unsupported-software "Citing “elevated” risks of cyberattack, Microsoft has released critical security updates to protect against large-scale hacking, according to a report from CNN. The updates come one...
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Sangeeta Bhalla
Title: Management Accountant
Company: Red Entertainment
(Management Accountant at Red Entertainment) Hi, Am working as a management accountant in a firm in Dubai. Currently i manage: 1. Monthly MIS reports ( time reduced to 2.5 days from 5 day) 2. Budget setting, do well in stipulated time, in an organized fashion 3. Stock provision update, month end. done well in time 4....
Shannon Glass
Title: Project Manager
Company: Testdome
(Project Manager at Testdome) Do any of you use work sample testing in order to determine the top candidates to interview? I'm interested in collaborating with experts to develop work-sample tests for use in corporate finance hiring, and am looking for insights around current use of these types of...
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Roger Frederick
Title: CFO
Company: Private
(CFO at Private) I have a small consulting business. What are some things that I should look at? Experience? Cost? What else?
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Karen S
Title: Office Manager
Company: My Company
(Office Manager at My Company) Hello Everyone, We are hoping to move away from Insperity, but are being told that we will have to pay $1,500 per individual currently registered with Cobra (due to the account terminating), and then an additional $250/pp per month in ongoing Cobra fees. Has anyone...
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(CFO) Our annual review process wrapped up with discussion on how he person had met KPI's that helped lead to a monthly bonus program. Business results have not allowed for a bonus to be paid in over a year now. The annual review has not been changed. When companies face a...
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(Board Advisor and Investor) One of my companies sells consumer product directly to consumers over the internet. The company uses Shopify, an ecomm platform, which is connected to Stripe, a credit card payment gateway/processor. Stripe is the merchant of record as they are doing the fraud check,...
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Lizette Ritz
Title: Executive Director
Company: Green Bronx Machine
(Executive Director at Green Bronx Machine) This is my first board meeting and I need a template for a Financial Narrative?
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Stewart Linder
Title: Global Controller
Company: AxiomSL
(Global Controller at AxiomSL) We use a three-part check. Two parts go to the vendor, check, one stub, and the second stub we keep. There is not a lot of information on the stub so during my career I have the accounts payable department make a copy of the full check and then attach the copy to the...
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(Financial Reporting Senior) Hello. I am looking for some advice with respect to pivoting my career slightly. My first degree was in criminology and later I got an accounting degree. I am a CPA and a CGMA and was in audit at a Big Four firm for 4 years before leaving to go to industry which I have...
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(Corporate Controller) How to treat long lived consumable that is essential to production, that is consumed over 18+ years but if extracted it would have lost at least 50% of value. Example; Original Cost $300K Once in the machine it becomes 18+ year asset If extracted it would only be worth 50%...