One accounting firm’s radical experiment challenges the idea we are all working so hard that we couldn’t fit any more into our day.
Constant changes to the tax system, hiring and retaining staff, and understanding the impact of technology on your practice – these are all challenges for the modern accounting firm. Here are eight of the top issues for public practitioners.
Are you reading this while answering emails on your smartphone? How do you get rid of distractions and concentrate on your work? Read on for six tips to reduce distractions in the office.
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Will the UK’s prolonged divorce from the European Union be an opportunity to restore the country to global eminence by reinvigorating the Commonwealth as a trading network?
Most managers want you to succeed and continue to improve, but when you’re a finance professional who is asking the company to pay for professional development, it’s important to go about it in the right way.
Powered by new technology, the gig economy offers flexibility for workers and employers, plus the chance to make some extra money, but these arrangements can fall foul of the law.
Accountants may soon have the option of reporting tax misconduct to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) under proposed legislation that offers increased protection for whistleblowers.
Proposed changes to insolvency laws, currently before Parliament, could see the bankruptcy discharge period in Australia reduced from three years to one. Critics, including CPA Australia, say proposed changes to bankruptcy laws will cause more harm than good. Here’s what you need to know.
High-risk behaviour by professional firms has prompted a review of income splitting arrangements.