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by Gary Levine - Gary Levine is the CEO and Founder of Two Step Software which provides market leading solutions for stock plan administration and corporate governance. His perspective is based on 20 years of experience.
As if the changes from FAS 123 to FAS 123R back in 2004 were not complicated enough, under FASB's Accounting Standards Codification project, as of Sept.
I was at a law firm the other day listening to three attorneys debate whether their spreadsheets were a satisfactory tool for doing their transactional clients' capitalization tables.
As I was starting to write the first part of my new blog series: Five Ways to Perform Year-End Equity Management and FAS 123
As the founder of Two Step Software, I've been asked numerous times how to simplify the many complex aspects of equity management.
In a recent blog post, I discussed a webinar I attended from Stock & Option Solutions relating to five common mistakes made in yea
With less than four months remaining before year end, I recently attended a webinar hosted by Stock & Option Solutions&
On my way to the International Legal Technology Association’s 2009 conference, I read the Wall Street Journal’s front-page article, “Billable Hour Under Attack – In Recession, Companies Push Law Firms for Flat-Fee Contract
An outsourced CFO called me the other day. He said he’d heard about how easy it was do to FAS 123R equity compensation accounting in Corporate Focus—and he was anxious to get started.
Let me ask you a question: do you brush your teeth every day? Or just the week before a dental check up? Imagine if the only time your teeth were brushed was twice a year at the dentist.
Corporations depend on their CFOs to report "the numbers" each period. But what happens when these numbers are based on data that’s being tracked at the company's law firm—instead of internally?