The Changing Role of the CFO and Controller

From Financial Analysis to Business Operations, the Influence of CPAs in Corporate Finance Continues to Grow

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  • Richard Fischer, CPA, CGMA

    Challenges Facing CFOs in 2020

    CFOs in virtually every industry, size of organization, and geographic location are constantly reminded of the challenges they face when it comes to managing the financial and reporting aspects of their organization and, to some extent, the organization’s operations. Based on recent surveys, here are the top six concerns for CFOs going into 2020.
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  • Jim DeLuccia

    Pennsylvania Online Sales Tax Law: Changes after Wayfair

    The Supreme Court’s South Dakota v. Wayfair decision is affecting how states are levying sales tax on online purchases. It is critical for CPAs – both those in firms and in corporate settings – to communicate the complexities of the new law to their clients, employers, and customers.
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  • Michael F. Cade, CPA, CGMA

    Nonprofit Performance Measures: Financial and Nonfinancial Metrics

    CPAs working for nonprofits have a responsibility to provide useful information for often very tough decision making. Historically, CPAs focused mostly on financial metrics, but today nonprofits need financial leaders who can go beyond the numbers and provide mission performance assessments that integrate and interpret financial and nonfinancial components.
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  • Small-Business Questions

    5 Questions a CFO Should Ask During Year-End Business Assessment

    When reviewing your core business functions at year-end, don't forget an often overlooked piece of your operations: accounts payable and financial technology.
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  • Technology and Audits

    Consider Cash Flow Forecasts as a Regular Management Tool

    Just as an accurate budget is critically important from a planning perspective, most businesses can also benefit from a cash flow forecast.
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