Fifteen CEOs have signed one very angry letter addressed to President Obama.
Good news: IRS just announced some changes that will ultimately result in significantly lower interest charges on any underpayments of income taxes it receives.
Good news: Firms are finding it pretty easy to borrow money from lenders. Better news: Many firms don’t even need to rely on loans because they have sufficient cash reserves.
Community banks fought hard to overturn it, but starting this month, your bank will be able to pay you interest on your corporate checking account.
With all the precautions and security measures companies have in place today, you’d think payment fraud would be on the decline.
The stats are daunting: 71% of companies were hit by payment fraud last year.
If your company is looking for an added level of security when it comes to electronic payments, ask your bank about this feature.
There are some very compelling reasons to have a CPA look over your firm’s books.
The forthcoming $30 billion in small business loan dollars may have most people talking about the just-signed small business stimulus bill. But the six tax changes listed below will leave Finance doing the heavy lifting.