Should Your Business Pay the Price for Bank Fraud?

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As most businesses choose to do their banking online these days, there is the significant question of who gets the responsibility of keeping it safe and secure. In this digital age, hackers and security breaches are increasing in numbers. Should your business pay the price for bank fraud?

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Why Payroll and Tax are Top Outsourcing Choices in Finance

Why Payroll and Tax are Top Outsourcing Choices in Finance

According to the fifth annual benchmarking survey by staffing services firm Robert Half and Financial Executives Research Foundation, payroll and tax remain the most often outsourced functions for accounting in the United States and Canada.

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Outsourcing’s Role in Banks

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  The BFSI (banking, financial sector, and insurance) has always been the sector most open to outsourcing, perhaps because of its financial bias. Stringent regulations, economic uncertainties, role technology plays, evolving customer engagement channels and models and the role of digital transformation are reasons why the banking industry chooses to outsource. The reason above are […]

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5 Rookie Money Mistakes Small Businesses Make (and How to Avoid Them)

5 Rookie Money Mistakes Small Businesses Make (and How to Avoid Them)

Cash flow is the lifeblood of small business. If you run out of cash before you can create a following and steady income, the game is over. Too many promising businesses fail to achieve their potential simply because they didn’t have enough cash for the first crucial months of a business launch. We’ve listed the five biggest money mistakes commonly committed by rookie entrepreneurs. Put your startups into the successful campaign’s group by avoiding them.

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How to Manage Privacy Risk in Cloud Accounting

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In today’s fast-paced technology advancements on outsourcing, a few solutions have stood out and one of them is outsourcing IT solutions through cloud computing. In cloud computing, companies don’t have their programs and data stored in local hardware or servers but in their cloud computing provider’s servers.

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