Effective negotiating can lead to both parties benefitting from the outcome. Here’s how planning and focus can help.
To paraphrase John F. Kennedy, success has a thousand fathers, but failure is an orphan. However, according to Colleen Macklin and John Sharp, authors of a new book, Iterate: Ten Lessons in Design and Failure*, failure often opens a critical path forward.
Lost receipts and out-of-policy rides are an inconvenience for many businesses trying to manage corporate travel. Now, popular ridesharing platform Uber is making the process much simpler with its Uber for Business service.
Excel expert Neale Blackwood CPA revisits some of his earlier Excel how-tos. Updated this month: inserting a new line within a cell, 3D Sum, dynamic ranges and sheet navigation icons.
We all experience frustrating times in our careers, but if you find yourself asking the question, “Should I quit my job,” then you’ll want to review these five signs that it’s time to move on from your current role.
Under the stewardship of Commissioner of Taxation Chris Jordan AO, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is combining moral appeals with hard numbers in a bid to ensure more people pay the tax they owe.
The operative date of the restructured Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants (The Code) is fast approaching. The changes are mandatory from 1 January 2020, although early adoption of the code is permitted.
As vice-president of finance at the City Super Group in Hong Kong, Kim Tang CPA wants to deliver great financial results for the premium supermarket and retail chain, but not at the expense of ethics and integrity.
The new Banking Code of Practice is expected to reduce loans from the "bank of mum and dad" - parents lending money to help adult children buy a home.
With interest rates at historic lows, how does a government stimulate the economy? Every time a further cut is made, there is less room to move and a risk that low-quality loans will be made.