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Tax audit protection is not mandatory for accounting professionals and some prefer to self-insure – putting money aside to pay the costs should they or a client ever come under the spotlight.

Is it ethical to self-insure?


Future of digital money


Although accountants have seen some wage growth this year, salaries have not moved much for the last three or four years.

With wage growth slow, will you get a pay rise this year?


Management accountants should be thinking strategically about how they communicate information and their ability to assert themselves to get results.

Top influencing skills accountants need


Without the systems and processes to cope with the rush, many practices struggle with the EOFY workload.

Not waving but drowning: How to cope with the EOFY tsunami


Google Hangouts Meet and Microsoft’s Skype for Business include video conferencing as part of their productivity suites and are effective for internal communications, especially managing remote teams.

Productivity tools to help you get tech smart with your accounting clients


When it comes to ascending the corporate ladder, something less tangible is often required and it’s called emotional intelligence.

Can leaders increase their EQ?


The ATO will be looking very closely at rental deductions this year and their detection methods are becoming more advanced.

Tax Office priorities for tax returns 2019


Penny Burtt, CEO of Asialink. Photo: Jarrod Barnes.

Asialink CEO Penny Burtt is driven by some unfinished business


For NFP entities with June year-ends, the new requirements and temporary exemption for peppercorn leases will first apply for the year to 30 June 2020.

Peppercorn leases: the lowdown on AASB 16 and AASB 1058