There are many different functions associated with running a business, including marketing, administrative, and overall operations of the company. For many organizations, the finance and accounting function can be an overlooked area of the business as other areas may require more immediate attention. A Chief Financial Officer (CFO) can provide the financial acumen necessary for a company to develop a roadmap for financial growth and address current financial issues within the organization.
Topics: Business Planning & Operations
A 401(k) plan is a common retirement savings option that is offered by many employers to their employees. It's important that companies know once an active participant threshold of 100 is met, the US Department of Labor (DOL) requires a certified audit of your 401(k) plan by a CPA firm. This is because there are risk factors that could impact your plan. Let's look at three of them, and how a 401(k) audit can protect you from these risks, and from financial liability.
Searching for an open position with an accounting firm can be intimidating for anyone preparing to enter the workforce for the first time. There are many factors to consider when thinking about how to start your career and what experiences will be valuable to gain in your first job as an accountant. An accounting internship is a great way test the culture and environment of an accounting firm to see if they're a ‘good fit’ for you.