April 2007

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  • The Last Paper Check

    Richard Gamble

    NACHA's newest technology to eliminate the paper check just went live.

  • Boomer to Bust

    Pat Wechsler

    Veteran policymaker Alicia Munnell talks about changes that could help get baby boomers on track for what could be a long retirement

  • House of Gift Cards

    Robert Rosenberg

    Those unused prepaid gift cards and uncashed dividend and payroll checks can be liabilities to companies as revenue-hungry states look to cash in on the unclaimed property sitting on the books of companies

  • Burn These Rules

    Pablo Triana

    Complaints about the unnecessary complexity of the regulations governing Derivative Accounting can be heard around the world

  • A Dab of HR in CFO

    Robert Rosenberg

    A veteran CFO, Mercer's Burns thinks CFOs are missing out on a huge competitive advantage by not engaging in human capital management

  • Made for Each Other

    Richard Gamble

    The news that cartesis will offer Bwise's governance, risk and compliance software in the Cartesis 10 BPM suite is one more sign that finding the right partner in tech has become a key competitive edge

  • Baby Boomers and Retirement

    Pat Wechsler

    Okay, a confession. I am a baby boomer. So naturally I am quiteconcerned with predictions that life in retirement is not going to be yachting ...

  • One Bill No One Wants to Pay

    Staff Writer

    As any consumer who had had to go to a hospital recently will tell you, you can spend as much time with the billing and ...

  • Pay Up, Uncle Sam

    Robert Rosenberg

    While the prompt payment act may in theory require government agencies to pay promptly, in practice it's a very different story. Now, there's a service that can help clear up government debts faster

  • Centralizing the Pursuit of Ethics

    Staff Writer

    The biggest hurdles for codes of conduct and governance are not only in the writing of the policies, it is making sure that an entire ...

  • Revolution for HSA

    Charles Young

    Health savings accounts have been touted as the future of healthcare. But now Steve Case's ConnectYourCare, in partnership with banks, is working to make employees see that as a good thing

  • DB: New Lease On Life?

    Anne Field

    Despite some headaches, the PPA is giving pension room to morph and maybe even survive

  • Bridging the Gap

    Robert Rosenberg

    As defined benefit plans fall by the wayside--frozen or converted to a less desirable cash balance account--employers are coming to the realization that their employees may be left with too little money to stretch across the expanding retirement horizon. The solution is clear: The 401(k) has to become more than...

  • Strategic Selection

    Richard Gamble

    Wall Street Systems is plowing forward with a plan still firmly focused on the financial Services sector and ASP hosting, with two tweaked former trema offerings for the middle market and multinationals

  • Careers

    Staff Writer

    Citigroup Inc. has named Gary Crittenden as CFO of the $146.6 billion New York financial services company. Crittenden, 53, replaces Sallie L. Krawcheck, who was ...

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