Failure to collect accounts receivable (AR) in a timely manner can lead to myriad financial problems for your company, including poor cash flow and the inability to pa
Every year, research firm Audit Analytics publishes a study about financial restatement trends.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) doesn’t monitor just publicly traded companies.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) requires certain public companies to publish quarterly financial statements to give investors insight into midyea
In today’s global economy, multinational corporations engage in numerous cross-border transactions. But how they report those transactions is often vague.
Every financial transaction your company records generates nonfinancial data that doesn’t have a dollar value assigned to it.
Your CPA offers a wide menu of services.
CPAs typically report historical financial performance. But sometimes they’re hired to predict how a company will perform in the future.
There are three types of financial statements under U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
Businesses use two types of audits to gauge financial results: internal and external. Here’s a closer look at how they measure up.