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For anyone looking for jobs in accounting and finance, a position as the Chief Financial Operator of a corporation is quite frequently like the holy grail of new jobs. This is because the Chief Financial Officer is in charge of all the financial operations for that business.
The Chief Financial Officer has an enormous amount of responsibility. He or she must accurately report on the financial history of the company so that decisions made by other members of the organization will be financially sound. The Chief Financial Officer is also in charge of investing the company’s money, and overseeing the company’s debt-to-equity ratio, or capital structure. Lastly, the Chief Financial Officer must determine which (more…)
Accounting and finance are very important roles in any company. In fact, managerial jobs in accounting at large companies in Canada can be compensated anywhere between $77,000 and $101,500 annually, according to a 2013 survey by Robert Half International. While the average yearly salary for a Finance Manager is $76,205, senior managers in Finance and Communications may earn up to $160,000 annually, and are on the list of top 10 best paying jobs in Canada.
It’s not all easy money. The Chief Financial Officer (sometimes referred to as a Chief Financial and Operating Officer,) one of the most important jobs in accounting and finance, has a lot of responsibility, too. The Chief Financ (more…)
We tend only to hear about the pharmaceutical industry in terms of the actual drug manufacturers and the laws which regulate how prescriptions should be sold and monitored; we often forget that there’s a completely different side to the industry, despite the fact that it’s even more visible to us, as consumers, than the manufacturing and regulating side: we’re talking about prescriptions as patients see them, coming straight from a doctor and being filled at a pharmacy.
Over 75% of all medical visits and treatment programs result in the patient being given a prescription, and back in 2011, all of those prescriptions combined with over-the-counter product sales at drugstores amounted to over $231 billion in the U.S. For better or for worse, America’s population heavily depends on the pharmaceutical in (more…)
Whether operating a large corporation or a small business, outsourcing to payroll services providers can be the perfect solution. Payroll companies can provide your business with immediate legal and financial benefits, and save you time and money.
Hiring payroll services providers is much easier than obtaining a law degree, or going back to school and majoring in finances. An owner of a business has a lot on that corporate plate, and doesn’t necessarily want to spend all their time trying to learn a new field. Outsourcing payroll allows the business owner to know that the work will get done in an accurate, timely fashion.
International companies often find themselves found (more…)
Running a small business is tough. Half of small businesses don’t last more than five years, and many never turn a profit before they fail. Sometimes this is because of poor business practices, but sometimes it’s because of customers failing to pay quickly enough, or at all. If you’re a business owner struggling with accounts [...]
Throughout the world, many companies face the problem of consumer debt. Unfortunately, it looks like this problem is only going to get worse. In fact, statistics show that outstanding consumer is estimated to reach $4 trillion by the end of this year. If you’re wanting to defend your business against this problem, it’s wise to [...]
Keeping a retail business running smoothly is no easy or simple task. From the mundane day to day tasks, such as stocking and organizing shelves to customer service, to the more in depth responsibilities like inventory tracking and financials, there are many loose threads in the fabric of retail that can seem impossible to keep [...]
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