Monthly Archives: July 2011

Chart of Accounts Best Practices

Often the simplest and most basic things within an organization are overlooked. It is time to get back to basics! The most basic of outputs from an accounting department is the chart of accounts. This CFO Edge article… Chart of … Continue reading

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Getting the Most from an Outsourced CFO Services Provider

When engaging an executive service provider – such as a contracted chief financial officer – it is critical to ensure that the relationship has a firm foundation based on mutual trust, shared understanding of the business challenges the firm faces, … Continue reading

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Planned Re-Exposure of Revised Revenue Recognition Standard

Along with after-tax profits and EBITDA, revenue is among the most critical measures of a company’s health and growth potential. Therefore, when changes take place in rules governing accounting for revenue, it is a highly significant event.  This CFO Edge … Continue reading

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Incentive Compensation Plans that Work

A carefully designed, well executed incentive compensation program helps a company attract, motivate and reward top-notch employees. It will also sustain a creative, performance-driven work environment, as well as support behaviors that align with the organization’s business objectives, marketing goals … Continue reading

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