Tax season is on the horizon and there are so many things to consider, plan for and take action to address in the last few weeks of 2019 to ensure you have a successful 2020. Join this complimentary one-hour CPE-accredited webinar and get up-to-speed on all the tax legislation changes and IRS updates. You’ll also learn what steps you can take to automate your tax prep process processes and get ready for what will surely be yet another hectic and compressed tax season.
The rapid movement of more and more applications to the cloud has swept many accounting firms along with it – but that doesn’t mean that they’re making the most of it. A look at how firms can thrive in the cloud, as opposed to just survive.
Join industry thought leaders for a frank discussion about the latest in audit developments that will affect you most, leading into 2020. Webinar presenters include Melisa Galasso, founder and CEO of Galasso Learning Solutions LLC and an AICPA Technical Issues Committee member, Vincent Gaudiuso, Quality Control Partner at Buchbinder Tunick & Company and Joel Ortner, Senior Technology Product Manager at Wolters Kluwer.
Virtual firms get a lot of attention, but they are far from the norm. Even if you aren’t planning to take your firm virtual in the near future, there are many ways the virtual firm model can be applied to more traditional firms.
In July Trintech worked with FEI (Financial Executives International) and spoke to 64 Financial Executives to understand their processes, goals, and challenges experienced within their financial close process.
No matter the size or industry, most of the challenges faced by companies within their financial close process are similar. Change can create fud (fear, uncertainty, and doubt). Fud can lead to complacency. To help, we have created a short list of things that companies must stop doing.
In today’s complex world, financial leaders are being counted to do more with less. They must successfully balance the organizational need for improved efficiency while leveraging innovation to sustain growth. The increasing volume of information and acceleration of innovation is driving a new war for talent—another factor in the growth of complexity.