Dark
Light

Your Daily Accounting Briefing – 2024-04-11

1 min read
39 views

Let’s see what’s in the news today.

Ted on Tech: Sometimes bigger is better

Here’s why it’s helpful to keep a big multifunction printer with lots of extra printing capacity and even fax capability.

Read the original article here

Raber joins CAMS as accounting director

Officials with Community Association Management Services (CAMS) recently announced the hiring of David Raber as director of accounting services.

Raber brings 20 years of accounting and finance experience to the table, having served as vice president of finance, controller, corporate internal auditor and regional financial services manager, according to a news release. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business and economics.

As accounting services director, Raber will manage the client accounting team and ensure prompt and accurate delivery of accounting services to CAMS’ clients, the release stated. He will also implement, enforce, and manage audit protocols, oversee treasury management services,= and direct the accounting tasks associated with onboarding new clients.

CAMS COO Cathy Wade stated in the release, “David has vast knowledge and experience in accounting, but most of all, he is committed to delivering excellent customer service to team members and clients,” said Wade.

Read the original article here

The Accountants 2024: accounting ‘not a sexy thing to do’ – NBR | The Authority since 1970

The National Business Review Online is New Zealand’s authority in breaking business news and analysis.

Read the original article here

The Accountants 2024: Gender pay parity ‘won’t happen overnight’ – NBR | The Authority since 1970

The National Business Review Online is New Zealand’s authority in breaking business news and analysis.

Read the original article here

Tax season so far: Eclipsing last year

At 90,315,000, the number of individual returns received this tax season finally surpassed the same period last year, up 0.2% as of March 29, 2024.

Read the original article here

Previous Story

Tax season is outperforming last year.

Next Story

EQ and Douglas Home & Co: A Match Made in Collaboration

Latest from Knowledge