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Finance is grappling with the economy, regulatory change and the emergence of artificial intelligence, while still handling “traditional” responsibilities like internal controls, compliance and closing the books on time. Mastering these disciplines, is key to success. Cloud Doing Good can help youRead more
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“Substantial gaps” in data are having major implications for how effectively the voluntary sector is able to function, according to a new report from Pro Bono Economics.
Aldi is donating profits from its Cuthbert the Caterpillar cake to charity, despite the supermarket being taken to court by M&S for infringing trademark laws. Sales of a limited edition version will benefit Teenage Cancer Trust and Macmillan Cancer Support.
Charities need to engage with affluent millennials via their chosen technology platforms or miss out on future donations. A report by The Beacon Collaborative shows charities have preconceptions about the giving habits of the millennial generation.
As lockdown starts to ease, the need to have a robust working mechanism for financial controls in a geographically dispersed team remains. This guidance should help your business complete this risk assessment and brainstorm strategies to keep effective controls in a remote environment.
Accounting professionals taking advantage of business intelligence (BI) gain the insights to make more informed decisions and are better able to contribute to success by providing the right data at the right time to the right people, whether internal stakeholders or clients.