Accounting, Regulations, & Reporting, Fraud Prevention, Treasury Management

 

Treasury Management
March 09, 2010
As the economy rebounds and more companies are taking an optimistic view of their future growth, the conditions are ripe for merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions among public and private companies alike. And with the appetite for buying and selling, especially in such volatile economic time...
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Fraud Prevention
January 14, 2010 Posted by
The use of the Automated Clearing House (ACH) payments is an excellent model for effective, efficient and low cost disbursements and collections. ACH adoption continues to grow as an increasing number of companies find more ways to incorporate the use of these payments into their cash flows. The overwhelming use remains direct deposit of payroll, although with the growing acceptance of bill pay services and the convergence of check with ACH, companies are finding that they are the recipients of ACH collections in greater numbers than ever before. ACH serves as an effective disbursement tool for employee reimbursements, vendor payments, tax payments and child support. On the collection side, automatic debit programs with customers for payment of subscriptions, dues and memberships have long been shown to be efficient and highly cost-effective.
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Global Edge; Treasury Management
December 04, 2009 Posted by

See a replay of our recent Web seminar, "Global Expansion Forum: Best Practices for Expanding Business Overseas." The seminar, by Silicon Valley Bank and High Street Partners, provides helpful information on such topics as: Common pitfalls when expanding into a new country Cross border tax considerations L

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Treasury Management
June 09, 2009
Remote deposit capture can help you streamline your collection processes and deposit customer payments faster and more efficiently.
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Treasury Management
March 10, 2009 Posted by
Learn about the strategic benefits of electronic payments. The article demystifies the process of moving to this model, so that corporations can accelerate cash flow, reduce administrative overhead, improve reporting and compliance.
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Treasury Management
January 13, 2009
Companies face unprecedented challenges managing their cash reserves due to the recent turmoil in the financial markets.
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Treasury Management
December 17, 2008
The massive disruption to the investment markets that was triggered by the demise of auction rate securities, the subprime debacle, and the financial sector deterioration and bailout hit many companies hard this year.
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Treasury Management
November 12, 2008 Posted by
Some 30 years ago the pundits began stating that we were moving to a "Checkless Society."
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Accounting, Regulations, & Reporting
October 15, 2008
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX) is the most significant business legislation introduced since the Great Depression and is primarily designed to enhance public confidence in corporate governance and financial
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