This article discusses some red flags experienced forensic accountants look for, and advice for ways to ferret out and prevent wrongdoing.
A smart contract is an electronic agreement that uses computer programming and blockchain technology to execute without third parties.
Staffing problems are a challenge in a hot economy.
Rising costs and prices were among the concerns.
A board of directors can promote ethical behavior throughout an organization by prioritizing corporate culture, watching for red flags, and setting clear expectations.
These opportunities in risk management, hedging, and cybersecurity could lead to improved organizations.
Public benefit corporations aim to create value for all stakeholders. Finance professionals can help in the creation and management of these increasingly common enterprises.
Patagonia's commitment to specificity now provides a backbone for some of the company's boldest decisions.
The three goals' aim is to help the commission improve its ability to react to and employ new technologies.
Process improvements in three key areas can improve workflow and provide finance with more time for analysis and advisory duties.
Employers that once relied on observation and interview techniques can now use data to approach the hiring process in a more systematic fashion.
The employer is responsible for calculating the garnishment amount, withholding it through its payroll process, and forwarding payments to the correct agency or creditor.
Understanding candidates’ motivations and carefully crafting job descriptions can give employers an advantage in recruiting, says Sarah Dobek, the founder and president of Inovautus Consulting.
Potential trade conflicts between the U.S. and economic partners give 38% of finance decision-makers reason for moderate or significant concern.
Organizations that don’t innovate can struggle to keep pace in a rapidly changing business environment. Consultant Bill Swedish offers insight into how finance teams can innovate.
The standard starts to take effect next year.
Federal government entities are embracing risk management practices that can help them make better decisions and be more transparent.
A rising number of accounting executives say their businesses plan to hire in the coming year, a quarterly survey by the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants shows.
Critical thinking and problem-solving are among the skills sought by finance leader Sandi Briggs, CPA, CGMA, the CFO of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency.
COSO is focused on complex, entity-level risks.