Mary S. Schaeffer
books, newsletters, articles etc.

Other Work

Articles


Mary Schaeffer has written hundreds of articles for a variety of publications. While most are business and finance related, she also writes about topics that interest her. These have included articles about Beatrix Potter, bargain hunting on Internet auctions, sports card trading shows, real estate, duplicate bridge and opinion pieces. Some of the publications that have published her work include:

· The New York Times
· Newsday
· Treasury and Risk Management
· The Beatrix Potter Society's Bulletin
· Sports Collectors Digest
· Corporate Cash Flow
· Seattle magazine
· Cincinnatti magazine
· Paper Collectors' Marketplace
· American Payroll Association's Employer Practices
· Atlantic City magazine
· Tuff Stuff
· Business Credit ... and others


Other Miscellaneous


Mary Schaeffer is a regular contributor to the AICPA's Corporate Finance Insider.

She has worked on a variety of other writing projects such as:

· for ten plus years as the editor for two monthly business newsletters

· the co-creator of an Accounts Payable Certification Programs

·the co-editor of The Financial Women's Association newsletter

· a personal finance newsletter for one of the Big 4 accounting firms

· a handbook for insurance agents

· as a columnist for Home Business News


Books


To see information about Mary Schaeffer's books, go to her My Books page.

Mary Schaeffer's Books
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The way organizations of all sizes are paying their bills is changing, and changing rapidly. New technologies and approaches are making paper checks obsolete. This ground breaking book takes a look at how anyone can create a cost efficient controlled payment process for their organization. ________________
An in-depth look at practices every organization should be using to keep T&E expenses under control and prevent T&E fraud - while running an efficient operation. ________________
The book that answers the perennial question that regularly pops into the minds of Controllers and CFOs: Why’s my accounts payable manager doing that?
An extensive review of internal controls in the accounts payable funciton
Identifies both best and worst pracices used in Corporate America today. ________________
written with Keefe Bruyette & Woods Chairman, John Duffy with contributions from KBW employees ________________
a primer for those looking for information about business credit and collection issues ________________
A primer for those just starting out as well as those who manage the department. HINT: Accounts payable is alot more than just paying bills ________________
A comprehensive handbook for those managing the accounts payable function or "the Bible" as one business executive calls it ________________
In addition to the books shown here, Ms. Schaeffer has written books about Business Credit, Real Estate and Derivatives. ________________