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Four Challenges Companies Face With Their Finance Teams

Four Challenges Companies Face With Their Finance Teams

This blog post was originally posted on Austin Technology Council's weekend update on August 19, 2016.

What is the cost of outsourced accounting?

What is the cost of outsourced accounting?

 

Why more private equity firms are developing shared services in finance & accounting

Why more private equity firms are developing shared services in finance & accounting

  With investment firms still looking to deploy large amounts of money, competition for deals continues to be fierce.  For firms actively looking for new investments, displaying true value add is.

The impacts of ASC 606 and why private equity firms need to pay more attention

You have probably heard by now about the new revenue recognition standard that goes by the acronym ASC 606. If you have, you know its importance.

A new revenue recognition standard for GAAP companies

All companies in the US, mostly private companies that follow the U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, or GAAP, need to start implementing the new revenue recognition rules if they .

Finance & Accounting: In-House vs. Outsource

Every company that wants to get a better handle on their finance and accounting function has the eternal dilemma of either hiring an in-house team to perform it within the company or retain the .

How outsourcing your accounting makes you proactive

 

The pros and cons of outsourcing your finance and accounting function

 

Are a lack of financial controls costing you money? Take the Consero Performance Assessment.

Poor financial controls can create significant waste, fraud, or decreased credit rating – yet it happens to thousands of businesses every year.  A sound internal control environment is the .

CFOs can't do it alone - finance solutions for a new era

The title of chief financial officer is certainly a coveted one, but it is arguably the most challenging of any of the C-suite positions. This is for good reason, since the CFO is typically involved .

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