Month: November 2020

RESEARCH ON THE APPLICATION OF “DAZHI YIYUN” TECHNOLOGY ON CHINESE ENTERPRISES

From IAFEI October 2020 Quarterly Bulletin By Kouging Li, Tie Qiu and Jian Zhao, Shanghai National Accounting Institute The technology of “Dazhi Yiyun” not only profoundly affects people’s lives, but also promotes a new round of industrial transformation. Through the analysis of the questionnaires of Chinese corporate financial personnel, this article finds that companies have gaps …

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DELIVERING A COMPELLING ROI MESSAGE TO CUSTOMERS

The market is saturated with ROI messaging, and most of it is not very convincing, so credibility is key, writes Dave Arkley of Gigamon. From CFO.com.  While it’s always important to highlight value, in our current environment communicating a strong return-on-investment message to customers is more important than ever. With a shortage of resources and budget, …

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RECOVERY MORE LIKELY TO BE K-SHAPED THAN V-SHAPED

From CFO Daily News: Don’t count on a V-shaped recovery, as many initially predicted. Instead, buckle up — we’re in for a much slower and K-shaped recovery. That’s Moody Analytics’s Chief Economist Dr. Mark Zandi’s take. He recently addressed finance execs at a general session at Financial Executives International’s Corporate Financial Reporting Insights 2020 Virtual Conference. This …

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SOME ASTONISHING EXAMPLES OF INTANGIBLE ASSET GROWTH, LIKE ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER

From John Stretch: In 1976 the composer Andrew Lloyd Webber formed the Really Useful Company to monetise the rights to his intellectual works Cats, Evita, Phantom of the Opera and Sunset Boulevard. Ten years later he listed on the London stock exchange at a market value of 35 million pounds. The assets at that time consisted of …

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UK COMPANY AUDITS NEED TO IMPROVE, REGULATOR SAYS

From WSJ: The Financial Reporting Council found that auditors often fail to provide enough evidence to verify companies’ accounting estimates. Audits of financial statements of Britain’s largest companies need to improve, the U.K. Financial Reporting Council said Thursday. The country’s audit and accounting watchdog in recent months inspected 130 company audits. Most of the businesses are listed …

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CFOS BRACE FOR TRADE TENSIONS, MORE TARIFFS AFTER ELECTION

From WSJ: President Trump expected to rely on tariffs if re-elected while Joe Biden proposes multilateral approach to trade. Finance chiefs are closely tracking how U.S. trade policy could change after the presidential election, potentially leading to higher tariff-related costs and new restrictions on certain products. The winner of the election will have to navigate tensions with …

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OPINION STATEMENT TTC 1/2020 ON TAX ADMINISTRATION DATA COLLECTION PRACTICES AND DIGITALISATION OF TAX ADMINISTRATION PROCESSES

From IAFEI October 2020 Quarterly Bulletin: Prepared by the CFE Tax Technology Committee, submitted to the EU institutions on 30 June 2020. The CFE Text technology committee was established in January 2018 in response to CFE’s recognition of the importance of digitalization in the administration of taxes and the performance of the tax profession. It was …

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