What are some of the biggest headaches in accounting? I’m sure you have your favorites, but let me tell you about Doug.
How many large company Boards of Directors have women members? A 2008 Catalyst survey made it clear:
With interest rates being kept artificially low, I am surprised at how little we have heard from pension funds. After all, low interest rates make a perfect storm for pensions.
Too much to do and too few resources. That's the situation ALL not-for-profit organizations find themselves in.
Normally nice, calm Canadian citizens are starting to say FBAR (Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts) as though it's a swear word.
If you were the mayor of a large city and had inherited a bloated budget, how would you reduce the gap between revenues
Easy as pie! It used to be all you had to do was work hard in high school. That got you into a good college. Hard work there got you a good job and then you were set for life. At least that was the accepted wisdom.
Most of us give money to worthy causes, whether to fund medical research, sports, culture or a public institution. We care how much of our money goes to the programs we support versus the administration and fundraising effort.
In a front page editorial, "Give youths access to the working world," the Toronto Globe