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Easing the regulatory burden on practitioners and improving Australia’s investment and savings regimes are the two main themes of CPA Australia’s submission to the Australian Government ahead of the Federal Budget to be delivered on April 2.

Encouraging investment, cutting red tape: CPA Australia's pre-budget submission


The risk management plan Ron Flood CPA devised years earlier provided business continuity while he underwent cancer treatment.

When illness strikes: How a risk management plan for your accounting practice pays off


The two major political parties in Australia have contrasting views about who benefits from negative gearing.

Property investment: who really uses negative gearing?


How technology and data are transforming accounting and audit


During all the subsequent turbulence locally and abroad, the RBA cash rate has been a rare constant.

Interest rates Australia: the outlook for 2019


Accountants who are able to think creatively and draw solutions from data are in high demand.

5 tips to enhance your accounting skills this year


For businesses and their accountants, payroll tax can be complicated and full of grey areas.

What your clients need to know about payroll tax and STP


8 tech tools to boost your productivity


Ruth Medd FCPA (right) and Claire Braund, co-founders of Women on Boards. Photographer: Nic Walker

Women on boards: are we making any progress?


'Ho Chi Minh City skyline viewed from across the Saigon River.

Vietnam: Asia's quiet economic achiever