Tag Archives: accounting

What Does Revenue Recognition Really Mean?

May 31, 2017

Author: Tony Tauro, Performance Architects What does the term “revenue recognition” actually mean? Companies sell things. The money that organizations get from selling things is called “revenue.” The question becomes at what point in the sales cycle does that money become revenue?  That’s when revenue is “recognized.”  Is it… When the customer sends the company…   Read More


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How to Make Tax Season Easier: Oracle Hyperion Tax Provision

April 8, 2013

With the introduction of many regulatory requirements after the recent recession, corporate tax accounting and reporting is receiving more scrutiny and priority than ever before. And appropriately so, since it happens to be a major expense item on a company’s income statement. Parallel processes for financial close and tax close (Source: Oracle Hyperion Tax Provision…   Read More


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Why Your Controller Should Pay Attention to Oracle Hyperion Planning

April 2, 2013

Oracle Hyperion Planning has been used for years by financial analysts to create more efficient budgeting and forecast processes.  Accounting departments in these companies can leverage these tools to improve their financial reporting process for short money. The financial reporting process generally involves detailed analysis and preparation of financial statements and accompanying footnotes.  The process…   Read More


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