A well-organized chart of accounts supports robust responsibility reporting, makes it easy to answer “what if?” questions and helps eliminate data entry errors. However, many organizations cling to the primitive practices of a half-century ago that impose barriers to developing budgets, holding people accountable, gathering useful data and keeping errors from creeping into their financial statements.
Best practices today look little like the examples you may have seen in business school. If you sense that your general ledger could do far more, this session will show you how to fix your problems
This event may be a rebroadcast of a live event and the instructor will be available to answer your questions during the event.
Understand current chart of accounts best practices and how to fix the current mess that you may have.
Current Chart of Accounts Best Practices
Fixing Your Current Chart of Accounts
Some real work experience working with General Ledger Systems
Anyone with responsibility for a General Ledger System