Tag Archives: finance

Accountants – Math Wizards or Problem Solvers?


New Survey Shows Accountants Prefer Tackling Problems Over Crunching Numbers: as released on: TORONTO, March 18, 2015 /CNW/ – What do most accountants enjoy about their profession? Apparently 39% of accounting and finance professionals enjoy solving problems; as discovered in a Robert Half Finance & Accounting survey. While 29% enjoy making strategic recommendations for the business to give them the

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Robert Half – Trends, Standards in Finance and Accounting

Cost of Internal Accounting Finance Function Staff

Report Finds Finance Function Costs Increasing as Talent Shortages Intensify Survey From Robert Half, FEI Examines Trends, Standards in Finance and Accounting. CNW Newswire: MENLO PARK, Calif., and MORRISTOWN, N.J., June 5, 2015 /CNW/ — Costs associated with the finance function are rising for many firms, according to a new survey of executives from finance and accounting departments at public and private

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Networking at the Top: 7 Tips for Current and Aspiring CFOs


“The importance of networking is no secret to any accounting and finance professional – particularly those who have already made their way up the ladder. But brushing up on networking skills is never a bad idea, even for experienced finance managers and chief financial officers.” as posted by Robert Half Management Resources on February 11, 2015 at 3:00 PM They go

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Regulatory Compliance: How to Help Your Finance Team Stay Up to Date

The regulatory compliance environment is complex and evolving and managing it is becoming a challenge for CFO’s. The four strategies in this blog can help your accounting and finance teams keep up to date on the need-to-know changes:   Spread the word For instance: share any relevant articles, reports to your staff. Point them to any associations that offers publications

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Budget 2015 – Department of Finance – News Release

Economic action plan for the budget in 2015. Department of Finance.

The Minister of Finance:  Joe Oliver tabled Economic Action Plan 2015 In short: The deficit has been reduced from $55.6 billion at the height of the Great Recession to a projected surplus of $1.4 billion for 2015–16. Reduced the small business tax rate to 9 per cent by 2019 Provided manufacturers with a 10-year accelerated capital cost allowance to encourage

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