The ability to work with stakeholders across the business is at the heart of any human-centric work culture, and it’s becoming a core skill for those building a successful finance career.
Now that many small businesses are required to report and respond to a data breach – and do so within 30 days – it pays to have a response plan in place to protect client confidence and avoid reputational damage. All public practices must now pre-plan for if the worst happens.
Auditors of self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs) have been in the regulatory spotlight since 2013, when registration became a requirement under the government’s Stronger Super reforms.
Electric cars might represent the future of road transport, but they also pose a significant taxation and funding dilemma for governments.
Time is money, as the saying goes – and if you’re using a manual expense management system, you’re probably losing both.
Industry conferences can be enjoyable and valuable for making new contacts and discovering insights into your own profession. Here are a few tips and tricks to make the most of your networking opportunities at a conference.
Helen Coonan has scored plenty of firsts in her career. Now, as first chair of the new Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA), she has a vision for how the financial services sector should deal with dissatisfied consumers.
Would a bright-line test provide certainty in tax law – or could it erode PAYG?
Nick Preston CPA and Humpty Doo Barramundi are on a journey to supply more of the highly prized seafood from the Northern Territory.
More companies are realising that sound environmental, social and governance principles make financial sense, with ethical investments outperforming their more traditional counterparts.