Corporate Accounting

International Business Strategies
 

International Business Strategies

Posted: July 7, 2017
Companies often come to a realization that there are international consumer markets that can benefit from their products and/or services just as much the domestic market. Therefore, many companies decide to go the international route. Find out what needs to be considered.

6 Tips for Successful Enterprise Risk Management
 

6 Tips for Successful Enterprise Risk Management

Posted: June 26, 2017
Given the increasingly digital and interconnected global environment, boards and senior management are calling for more effective risk oversight, including the adoption of a holistic approach to risk management, known as “Enterprise Risk Management” or ERM.

Technology, Millennials and Trump Will Impact Small Business Cash Flow
 

Technology, Millennials and Trump Will Impact Small Business Cash Flow

Posted: June 19, 2017
Over the next four years, some key issues that will impact small business cash flow are technology, Millennials, and the Trump administration, says Gene Marks, CPA, author, columnist and business owner of The Marks Group, at NJCPA's 2017 Annual Convention in Atlantic City.

Creating a Disaster Plan to Ensure Your Company’s Security
 

Creating a Disaster Plan to Ensure Your Company’s Security

Posted: May 22, 2017
By using judicious, solid components of recovery, such as business continuity planning (BCP), disaster recovery (DR) and penetration testing, businesses can diminish losses and emerge from misfortunes relatively unharmed and ready to persevere.

Why I Became a CGMA
 

Why I Became a CGMA

Posted: May 22, 2017
Becoming a Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA) can position an accountant to thrive amid new changes in the profession. Read about one person's journey.


Non-GAAP Measures in Financial Planning
 

Non-GAAP Measures in Financial Planning

Posted: January 11, 2017
The spread and increasing use of non-GAAP information represents a significant shift in how information is communicated to shareholders, CPA practitioners and investors. Here’s how to navigate non-GAAP information carefully.