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Why has tax figured so prominently as a source for material weaknesses?
January 03, 2008
In the spring of 2006, CFO Research Services launched a study of the tax function?s priorities and challenges. Our task? To learn how tax is meeting the challenges posed by an increasingly complex, competitive, regulated, and risky business climate.
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With most U.S. public companies wrapping up their first year of compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, CFOs and other finance executives are taking stock of how the new requirements are changing the way they operate.
January 03, 2008
With most U.S. public companies wrapping up their first year of compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, CFOs and other finance executives are taking stock of how the new requirements are changing the way they operate. Many spent that first year … more »
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Increasingly, forward-thinking CFOs today regard financial process improvement as ongoing, not a one-off project.
January 03, 2008
Increasingly, forward-thinking CFOs today regard financial process improvement as ongoing, not a one-off project. The reasoning? Financial process improvement can be intertwined with compliance management, which, by definition, is an ongoing … more »
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There's widespread concern about the cost of compliance: it's too costly, too onerous, has too much red tape, and provides too many distractions from the real purpose of an enterprise.
January 03, 2008
Without question, Sarbanes-Oxley has had a profound effect on companies whose shares are traded on U.S. exchanges—and few company executives seem to think the changes have been positive ones. There’s widespread concern about the cost of compliance: … more »
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