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Fraudulent or erroneous healthcare billings significantly impact costs. Having patients approve the invoice before payment may help reduce costs.
Manage the cash conversion cycle so that cash can be directed toward company growth and increasing shareholder value.
Forensic accountants provide an unbiased external perspective to help CFOs and controllers find and fix problems in the company.
The pains of creating waterfall charts are gone with the release of Excel 2016.
IMA offers many resources to help students develop skills and enhance their career.
IMA looks to continue its success after another strong fiscal year.
Lead your team to success by navigating through the four levels of team performance.
A simple table and update query can fix dates that are imported from Excel as number values.
Linda Hill, author and Harvard Business School professor, discusses what it takes to be a great innovation leader.
Dell offers three rugged tablets that can survive the outdoors and the assembly line.
For Gina Bateman, joining an IMA student chapter was the first step in taking control of her career.
Students are taking on increasingly more debt, but they aren’t being adequately prepared to pay it off.
The Business Research and Analysis Group surveyed IMA members on the most important role of business.
History can teach us a lot about the best way to manage project risk.
A Chief Counsel Advice memorandum describes specific situations where the understatement penalty for tax preparers may or may not apply.
Take advantage of the latest trends in mobile computing while ensuring that company data and information remain secure.
Companies like Automated Insights now provide computer-generated stories and financial reports for outlets like the AP, Yahoo!, and the NFL.
The latest Global Economic Conditions Survey (GECS) reveals that business confidence has leveled off since the last quarter.
The SEC issued a new rule that clarifies the definition of a whistleblower.
The IRS raised its estimate of people affected by the May 2015 cybersecurity breach.
The SEC is considering issuing additional requirements for external auditors on the level of detail their reports should have.