Controller's and Treasurer's Desk Reference
This all-in-one reference answers the most asked financial questions of controllers, treasurers, CFOs, or entrepreneurs wearing the hats of all three. It's the key to understanding how the entire financial operation works and how it folds into other areas of the company. It also illustrates the impact of other departments on the company's finances. This book will awaken the financial wizard within you. Written in refreshingly easy-to-understand English, using real-world examples the Controller's and Treasurer's Desk Reference brings all aspects of company finances within your grasp, from accessing investment capital to controlling inventory, managing accounts receivable and payable, managing payroll, and preparing taxes. Through its liberal use of charts, diagrams, graphs, and worksheets, you can specifically measure the success of various techniques suggested and make mid-course corrections where necessary. This valuable reference provides quick, practical hands-on solutions to the day-to-day questions. It provides ready-to-copy worksheets and charts to take readers step by step through identifying and solving problems faced by the financial manager every business day. This handbook demonstrates the most commonly used methods of financing, how to adjust the capital structure to meet the company's changing needs, building of accounting and treasury systems, what you must know about audits, ways to accelerate cash inflows and delay cash outflows, cost accounting systems and their use in profitability accounting, how to create a successful financial plan, ways to streamline financial reporting, what banks can do for your business and how to use them, financial impact and operation ofexport/import activities, how to select and use various types of computer systems, assessment and control of interest rate risk and foreign currency risk, management and avoidance of bankruptcy proceedings, and much more!
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Financial Organization and Structure
The Accounting System
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