1 Credits: Accounting
Best practices for the invoice handling function are critical for those organizations concerned about their profitability. Poor practices result in excess costs, duplicate payments, increased processing expenses, fraud, and frayed vendor relationships. This course presents information you can use to identify best practice problems. Industry expert Mary S. Schaeffer explains the invoice issues, then reveals the best practices, almost best practices, and worst practices for each problem facing accounts payable dealing with invoice handling.
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Identify effective invoice receipt practices;
- Cite effective data entry rules for invoice processors; and
- Identify best practice invoice handling routines.
October 25, 2022
There are no prerequisites.
Qualifies for CA Fraud Credits: 1
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Meet The Experts
Mary S. Schaeffer, MBA, has the inimitable ability to find accounts-payable-related solutions that really work—without making a major dent in the bottom line. Armed with a degree in math and a graduate degree in finance, she takes a “roll up your sleeves and dig into the details” approach to finding solutions to those problems that cause migraines for CFOs, controllers, and managers. Fifteen years spent researching and writing about payment issues gives Mary a unique vantage point. Combine that with an almost equal amount of time spent in the corporate trenches of several large finance and treasury departments, and you’ll understand …