Do you have the right resources to focus on strategic business priorities? Can you plan at the customer level, volume or unit price, and dynamically see the impact through your financial statements? Is your organisation maximising the time available for analysis, scenario modelling and other value-added activities? Learn more in this solution brief from OneStream.
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Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, small businesses have been one of the hardest hit groups. They will also be the driving force needed to push the return of economic activity and jobs.
John Lewis, Senior Tax Consultant at Markel Tax, looks at an area of compliance activity that has been of increasing interest to HMRC in recent years and reflects on the modern world that we live in leading to the innovation and development of cryptoassets or cryptocurrency.
At LawBite, we see many cases where a company has been late to protect their Intellectual Property or amazingly, not address it at all!
By their very nature, audits are time-consuming and process-intensive – characteristics that have significant ripple effects throughout an audit firm, regardless of size. In this eBook, Confirmation explore the processes that make audits so complex and the potential for increasing audit efficiency utilising new technologies.
This course assumes an understanding of the standard facilities and functionality in Microsoft Excel, and principles of actuarial and financial reporting; and includes hands-on examples and calculations.
Accountants are of course familiar with cashflow modelling in a professional setting, but have you considered it to forecast your own future finances?
In 2020, most business leaders were left with the unenviable decision to send home their workforce with no return date in sight.
Introducing the Digital Audit is a must-have guide for any firm looking to harness technology to transform their audit services. Don’t get left behind. Download your free guide today.
Payment on credit is incredibly common and across the UK, the total value of B2B credit is around £437 billion (Finder, 2021).