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Overhead Expense Reduction

See Also: Predetermined Overhead Rate Activity Based Costing vs Traditional Costing Activity Based Cost Allocation Standard Cost Overhead Expense Reduction As a general precursor to Overhead expense reduction, Group Purchasing Organizations, Co-ops and Consortiums always lead to lower prices because they aggregate spends and create buying power. This may be true for smaller spends but

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A Tinder Moment: Unlocking Value from Vendor Partnerships

At The Strategic CFO, we believe in the saying “You scratch our back, we scratch yours.” Everyone always sees other businesses as a competition; to some extent, they are. But sometimes, you just need to let people make money. As we’ve become more focused on optimizing technology, we have started to outsource tasks/projects to outside vendors nationally and,

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Vendor Finance

See Also: Time Saving Tip for Filing Vendor Invoices The Dilemma of Financing a Start Up Company Mezzanine Debt Financing Commercial Agents Vendor Finance Definition The vendor finance definition is the receiving of financing for an asset from the provider of the asset. Vendor finance is a common way to receive an asset before having the

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Time Saving Tip for Filing Vendor Invoices

See Also: Accounts Payable Turnover Accounts Receivable Accounts Receivable Turnover Chart of Accounts (COA) Problems in Chart of Accounts Design Current Practice How do you file your paid vendor invoices? Alphabetically? Who taught you to do it that way? Have you ever wondered why? How often do you go back and research a paid accounts

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Retainage Definition What is retainage? What is a retainage fee? In the contracting business, vendors define this term as a portion of the payment that is withheld until the completion of a project. The client doesn’t pay the contractor remaining payment until all work on the project is complete. It is defined the risk clients

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Define Payment Terms

See Also: Terms of Sale Net 30 Credit Terms Cost Recovery 2/10 net 30 Down Payment Define Payment Terms Define payment terms as the terms required for payment on a product, are a function of the service offering of a vendor. These terms are an extension of how a vendor wants to treat a customer.

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How to Select a PEO

See also: Defining a Professional Employer Organization Advantages of PEO Services for the Business Owner PEO Compared to Outsourcing Payroll Professional Employer Organization (PEO) FAQ’s Service Department Costs How to Select a PEO Creating a successful partnership with a Professional Employer Organization (PEO), for the co-employment of your employees, requires that the Business Owner apply

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How to Hire New Employees

How to Hire New Employees Hiring new employees is one of the most challenging tasks business owners face. You can take the fear and anxiety out of the process – and ensure you get the best prospect for the job – by developing an incremental, systematic approach and staying focused on the process. There are

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Delivered Duty Unpaid

See Also: Delivered Duty Paid (DDP) Freight on Board (FOB) Delivery Order Ex Works (EXW) Cost of Goods Sold (COGS) Delivered Duty Unpaid Delivered Duty Unpaid or DDU is the contract assuming that a vendor or seller will assume transportation costs associated with an international or overseas sale. Furthermore, the buyer will assume all of

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Delivered Duty Paid (DDP)

See Also: Freight on Board (FOB) Ex Works (EXW) Delivery Order Delivered Duty Unpaid (DDU) Cost of Goods Sold (COGS) Delivered Duty Paid (DDP) Definition Delivered Duty Paid or DDP means that a seller or vendor has assumed all of the liability as well as the costs associated with transportation internationally. Delivered Duty Paid (DDP)

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Damage Claim

See Also: Secured Claim Unclaimed Property Evaluating and Renewing Employee Health Insurance Plan How to avoid additional insurance premiums Third Party Insurance Damage Claim Definition A damage claim, defined as the claim of damages, to a liable or insuring company, which result in financial loss from an associated victim party, are a common legal concept.

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