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A human-centric culture requires a level of empathy because it focuses on the needs of others while fulfilling the financial team’s role to maintain profitability.

Why a human-centric culture matters to a finance career


It’s vital that all smaller public practices and many of their SME clients have in place a current incident response plan for data breaches.

Data breach response plans are no longer optional for public practices. Here’s what yours needs.


Conducting a quality SMSF audit demands sufficient time, resources and access to relevant expertise.

Your essential SMSF auditor checklist


Despite a slow start, the number of electric cars on Australian roads is set to increase significantly.

Electric cars pose threat to tax revenue


When you don't have a system that keeps people accountable, it’s quite easy to add on extra dollars here and there.

5 ways manual expense management is costing you money


Striking up conversations with strangers can be difficult but the conference itself means that there is already professional common ground and subjects to discuss.

How to network at a conference


Helen Coonan, the chair of the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA), has a CV studded with political, legal and commercial expertise. But just as importantly, it’s underwritten by a strong social conscience. Photographer: Nic Walker.

The Complaints Whisperer: Helen Coonan's clear vision for the new Australian Financial Complaints Authority


The bright-line test is a clearly defined rule that leaves little or no room for varying interpretations.

Understanding the bright-line test


Nick Preston CPA is a big fish in the barramundi game.

Humpty Doo Barramundi: Nick Preston CPA helps fish farm flourish


“Ethical” investments are consistently outperforming their more traditional counterparts in the broader market - busting the myth that doing good necessitates financial sacrifice.

Does ethical investment pay higher returns?