Click on the links below to see the results of previous poll questions. While these quick polls often include humor and are not scientific, they nevertheless provide an interesting reflection of the state of accounts payable. Enjoy!
How successful has your organization been at abating 1099 filing penalties in the past?
Have you experienced real or attempted payment fraud during the last year?
Did you have to perform backup withholding on any of your vendors in 2013?
Do you use the free IRS TIN Matching Service to verify taxpayer ID numbers?
What is your AP department's New Year's resolution?
How does December typically compare to other months in terms of invoice volume?
Have you ever experienced a bankruptcy of a critical supplier?
Would you describe your AP department as ‘multigenerational?’
Unclaimed property reporting deadlines are weeks away. Have you done your due diligence?
Accounts Payable Recognition Week is next week. What do you have planned?
Does your organization maintain a petty cash fund?
How does your organization typically respond to vendors asking to send electronic bills?
How do you protect yourself from vendor bankruptcies?
When you receive invoices via email, do you print them before keying and indexing?
Has your organization ever had to terminate an employee for misusing his or her company p-card?
Do you log into customer web portals offered by vendors to review accounts, orders, and invoices?
What is your opinion on the Marketplace Fairness Act passing the Senate?
Do you conduct accounts payable customer service surveys?
If you receive significantly fewer goods than you ordered, how do you typically respond?
What percentage of offered discounts do you successfully capture?
Which non-PO suppliers do you set up in the vendor master file?
Do you use positive pay to defend against check fraud?
Who in your department handles telephone inquiries from vendors?
How long does it take to resolve invoices placed on hold for pricing errors?