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Five Ways the CFTC is Shaping Cybersecurity in 2017

In mid-December 2015, the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) unanimously passed changes to existing regulations which would require "all derivatives clearing organizations, designated contract markets, swap execution facilities, and swap data repositories to conduct five different...

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The Answers to 5 Basic Questions About CECL

The financial crisis of 2008-2009 erupted across the globe, leaving a wide array of proposed regulations in its wake. Over the past seven years many regulations have been written and implemented while still others are upcoming.

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How planning your Part 504 project is like planning a vacation

Collaborating Author: Ina Thompson

Recently I said to a friend, “Man, I am sick and tired of this cold weather. How cool would it be to hop on a plane and head to the beach?” I was a bit shocked when my friend replied, “Let’s do it! Let’s be crazy and book a trip today! What are you thinking?...

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Need help with your process automation? 4 reasons to consider a robot

Collaborating Author: Michelle Stickels

At this point, I am sure you are familiar with the concept of seeing a new coworker in the hallway or in the desk next to you. But have you actually seen a robot move into an empty desk? Well, you should probably get used to it.

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Don’t forget the Project Manager when you Implement Revenue Recognition!

By: David Kay

Many public companies across the country have formed project teams, done assessment exercises and even redesigned contracts and process in advance of the new revenue recognition standard (ASC 606).

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Can I capitalize my system implementation or get tax advantages?

This blog post was featured on CIO.com as part of John Hoebler's blog series titled "Finance Meets the Cloud." With the introduction of software as a service, organizations need to understand and evaluate their options to account for their SaaS implementation expenses for both book and tax...

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