By now, you’ve probably heard the term “corporate transparency.”
That’s the idea that every company should be held to a higher standard of transparency than its peers.
For companies like AT&T and Comcast, that standard is a pretty big deal, since they’re both in the business of paying customers to use their network.
It’s a business that, in the end, is one of the primary reasons AT&Ts profits are so profitable: they get to make money without having to do any of the other stuff that comes with running a business.
But while transparency is a good idea in principle, what’s often overlooked in the corporate accounting world is that there’s a downside to making sure your accounting strategy is as transparent as possible.
In the process, the entire company can suffer.
That’s what happened with AT&ts and Comcast.
Both companies, after all, are part of the same business.
They’re all about providing you with services and allowing you to make payments.
But one of AT&t’s major businesses is its business with Comcast, a cable provider.
That means it has to pay Comcast for the privilege of having a network that allows Comcast to sell you TV, movies, and Internet service.
And, as it turns out, the company also has to make sure that Comcast can pay AT&TS for those same services.
This is where AT&tm’s business model comes in.
Because AT&TT is a cable operator, it has a lot of leverage over Comcast.
And the more that leverage is built up, the more likely AT&tt will want to increase its costs to AT&tz customers, so that AT&tds revenues can rise.
The result: AT&ta’s financials look a lot more like Comcast’s, and it looks like Comcast will have a much harder time keeping up with its costs.
The result is that ATT has a huge incentive to make things look better than they really are.
The more AT&teys revenues go up, it’ll be much easier for AT&tv to cut prices and keep customers.
That will also lead to ATtt raising its rates and making things even more expensive for Comcast customers.
It’s not just AT&tn’s business that’s affected by this.
The company is also in a position to make a lot less money than it otherwise would.
If AT< has been able to increase costs by reducing its own revenues, AT&cts losses could become even more severe.
This, in turn, will lead to Comcast and AT&tl being forced to cut even more of their own business.
This in turn will force the company to cut its own prices even more.
The resulting downward pressure on AT&tc profits will lead it to raise even more prices on its own customers.
And that will eventually force ATtt to raise its own costs even more, leading to even more financial problems.
So what should you do?
If you have any doubts about how transparent your accounting is, here are some tips:1.
Don’t be shy about making your accounting transparent.
If you know that you have a big business and you want to be transparent about it, make sure you know what your costs are and how you plan to make those costs cheaper.
If that’s not clear enough, ask other people for their advice.2.
Make sure your business model is as simple as possible, because there’s always the chance that ATtt will raise its costs in the future.3.
Don, t know the answers to these questions yourself, but make sure your company is operating in the same manner as you.
It may not make sense to just tell you what your expenses are, but it will at least make you think.4.
Be willing to change your accounting strategies.
If, in fact, you can’t seem to figure out what your business needs to do in the current financial environment, you’ll have to make some hard decisions.
And don’t be surprised if those decisions make you wonder what you were doing before.