Organisations are now looking for a software service that is cost effective, flexible, streamlined and able to meet the needs of the business both today and in the future
One of The Practitioner's favourite films provides an analogy of dealing with supposedly difficult potential clients
More cities in the emerging world, especially in Asia, are aspiring to be global financial hubs, writes Simon Baptist
Cloud accounting technology is an enabler - if you ignore it you will be left behind, says Xero's Gary Turner
The case of Deloitte and MG Rover has thrown the issue of the public interest into the limelight. But what duty - if any - do firms have to uphold this nebulous idea? asks Jaimie Kaffash
The bizarre practice of waving the Finance Bill is counter-productive and has to stop, writes Calum Fuller
LePage cited the author - responsible, for such supernatural classics as The Shining, IT and Pet Sematary, as an example of a resident seduced by the low tax regimes of other US states
Colin speculates on the reaction of multinationals to the introduction of the 'Google tax'
If budgeting is to have any value at all, it needs a radical overhaul. In today's dynamic marketplace, budgeting can no longer serve as a company's only management system; it must integrate with and support dedicated strategy management systems, process improvement systems, and the like. In this paper, Professor Peter Horvath and Dr Ralf Sauter present what's wrong with the current approach to budgeting and how to fix it.
In this white paper CCH provide checklists to help accountants and finance professionals both in practice and in business examine these issues and make plans. Also includes a case study of a large commercial organisation working through the first year of mandatory iXBRL filing.