If your to-do list keeps getting longer, regardless of how many hours you spend in the office, follow the advice of productivity expert Hayley Watts.
Taking precautions in advance, considering your appearance, and setting expectations with others can help your next audio or video meeting go smoothly.
The US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) acted in an arbitrary, capricious, and unreasonable manner when it applied a discounted-cash-flow method to a cost-sharing arrangement that Amazon.com made with its Luxembourg subsidiary.
Bain & Co.’s Brexit analysis reveals a host of industries that could be the hardest hit – from food supply to automotive.
Data analytics is part of internal audit’s toolkit, but its effectiveness depends on an organisation’s strategy, planning, and skill development.
As the role of the CFO evolves, emotional intelligence, or EI, is becoming a vital leadership skill. These tips can help CFOs use EI to complement their greater influence in setting an organisation’s strategy.
Paul Denhart, ACMA, CGMA, outlines the unexpected responsibilities finance professionals may take on when they take an assignment in an emerging economy. He also provides tips on making it a success.
Strengthening partnership between finance and the credit loss group may be the first step in an implementation process that a Deloitte survey shows many banks have already started.
It stands to reason that accounting areas that are highly subjective and complex also are prone to fraud, errors, and breakdowns in internal controls.
The EY Center for Board Matters and the WomenCorporateDirectors Foundation list six change factors boards should focus on to help them address technological advances, geopolitical developments, and a changing workforce.