OneSource Virtual Expands Its Finance & Accounting Services with Invoice Pay and Supplier Management | State

DALLAS, April 6, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Leading Workday Service partner, OneSource Virtual (OSV), today announced the general availability of its new Finance & Accounting solution powered by J.P. Morgan’s virtual card payments solution, Single-Use Accounts (SUA): Invoice Pay + Supplier Management. This new offering from OSV complements its existing line of services and extends its capabilities, allowing Workday customers to have one partner for their Financial Management deployment and their invoice processing and payment services.

Invoice Pay is a new payment optimization solution that streamlines the accounts payable process to reduce the number of steps for customers. Now, instead of customers following a series of detailed steps for each payment type—check, ACH, and credit card—OSV and J.P. Morgan complete those steps on their behalf so that all customers have to do is select and approve which invoices to pay and reconcile the payment batches. And with the power

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Companies need accounting pros now more than ever. Here’s how to learn the trade.

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With the world bouncing back from its year-long COVID hiatus, it’s important for jobseekers to know which industries are still picking up the pieces and which ones are already marching forward.

Accounting seems to be firmly in the latter category. Despite all the hiccups in world economies, recruiting firm Robert Half reported that many employers are still hunting for qualified candidates for both on-site and remote accounting jobs — and not always finding much success looking for those with heavily in-demand skills. Meanwhile, the unemployment rate for many accounting and finance pros like bookkeepers, financial analysts, and accounting managers is still well below those in other industries.

Every company needs someone they can trust to keep an eye on the money — and with the instruction in The Ultimate Financial Accounting and CPA Certification

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McLeod Software and Katz, Sapper & Miller Transportation Accounting & Finance Conference Offered as 3-Day Virtual Event | News

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., March 23, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — McLeod Software and KSM are offering their annual Transportation Accounting & Finance Conference as a 3-day, virtual event May 4-6, 2021. McLeod Software has once again partnered with Indianapolis-based accounting firm, Katz, Sapper & Miller (KSM) on the conference. The event includes a keynote presentation on the economic outlook and state of the trucking industry from Bob Costello, Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of the American Trucking Associations (ATA). Conference attendees can qualify for 6 CPE credits. The cost to register for the event is $195 at FinanceConference.McLeodSoftware.com.

Transportation Accounting & Finance Conference Sessions

Keynote Presentation: Economic Outlook and State of the Trucking Industry

Presented by Bob Costello, Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of the ATA

Our keynote speaker will provide an in-depth picture of the economic outlook for the trucking industry in 2021.

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Bitcoin Holdings: Why Tax and Accounting Matter – Risk & Compliance Journal

The second part in the series addresses accounting, tax, and SEC reporting considerations.

As companies consider investing in bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies, their finance and reporting organizations will need to have a clear understanding of the accounting and tax treatments these new assets require.

Prevailing accounting principles were, of course, largely established at a time when digital assets were not yet even contemplated. U.S. Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) do not offer specific guidance for the treatment of digital assets, and, to date, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) has decided not to add a project on accounting for cryptocurrencies. For those reasons, a company’s accounting function must draw on existing U.S. GAAP to facilitate accounting for digital assets.

First, the accounting will be determined by what the company is accounting for. What is it investing in? If a company is not subject to specialized industry guidance, practice

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