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What sets franchises apart from other SMEs is the legal relationship between franchisee and franchisor.

Servicing franchises is a savvy business opportunity for accountants


Accountant Brent Szalay uses the quiet January period to run planning sessions for the year ahead with Seiva’s management team.

Accountants share their 2019 business tips


The ATO identified incorrectly-claimed work-related expenses as the chief cause of the tax gap found in a July 2018 report.

ATO reports tax agents over work-related expenses


Droughts in Australia have plunged numerous farming families into financial crisis, prompting their accountants to help them navigate myriad drought assistance packages.

The big dry: How accountants are helping drought-stricken clients


The most important step for accounting practitioners is to be able to provide the professional indemnity insurer with a very detailed roadmap of the type of business they operate and its exposure to risk.

Practitioners grapple with skyrocketing PI costs


TPB has been working closely with the ATO to examine data which shows about 5 per cent of tax practitioners have late lodgments with the ATO.

Late lodgments with the ATO: Time ticks down to pay the piper


10 lessons from leading CFOs


CPA Australia supports the intent of tightening the rules for individual loans but has concerns about the proposed changes.

Division 7A tax law changes will hurt business investment


73 per cent of Gen Zers are open to an accountancy career, while 21 per cent have committed to working in the accounting profession.

Seeking stability: why Gen Z is so attracted to accounting careers


The biggest step the government could take to improve women’s super balances is to increase the superannuation guarantee to 12 per cent.

How to make super work for women