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When you go into business you should always start with the end in mind, but most people don’t do that.

How to plan a successful exit strategy for your accounting practice


A protester holds a French flag as he faces French anti-riot police officers in front of the Eiffel Tower. (Credit: MARTIN BUREAU/AFP/Getty Images)

Brexit and beyond: 5 ways to wreck an economy


Move the needle – make a noticeable increase in outcomes through extra effort.

Top business buzzwords of 2019


The trade tensions between the US and China trade is already affecting businesses in the Asia-Pacific region.

US/China trade tensions: some Asian businesses see opportunities


Pioneering women business leaders


Leader of the Opposition Bill Shorten waits to deliver the 2019-20 Federal Budget Reply speech. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas)

Budget 2019: Labor spends big in voter pitch


Funding has been brought forward on the Pest and Disease Preparedness and Response Program to begin the fire ant project.

Budget 2019: 13 under-the-radar items that didn’t make headlines


The same tactics used by unethical companies to exploit data can actually be used for good purposes.

Data analytics and your accounting practice: risks and rewards


While debt funding is the traditional go-to for established businesses, many advisors may be less aware of alternative capital options for fast-growing emerging businesses.

How to talk to clients about business growth financing


The 2019-2020 Budget was handed down to Parliament on the 2 April 2019. (AAP Image/Mick Tsikas)

Federal Budget 2019: More winners than losers


More than a decade since stepping aside as chairman of the ACCC, Allan Fels remains committed to fairness and equality. Photos: Jarrod Barnes.

Allan Fels lends his skills to fighting the exploitation of workers


CPA Australia has advised the committee that members are very unsupportive of any changes to the imputation credit system that would reduce investor returns.

Concern heats up over franking credits changes


Dr Jonathan King finds himself at the forefront of a seismic shift in improving rural mental health.

Lysn and learn: telehealth startup targets rural mental health


If you access super early, you’ll lose its compounding benefit, reduce the amount that you have in retirement and potentially increase your reliance on the aged pension.

Early release of super: good idea or not?


The neurodiversity paradigm is a perspective that every kind of mind is equally deserving of respect and value, and therefore potentially capable of contributing powerfully to society in positive ways.

Neurodiversity: bringing unique talents to the workplace


'By challenging the potential client to rethink their assumptions about what their problem is and what their solution should be, your likelihood of wooing the business goes up significantly.

Challenge clients and win more contracts


Waisale Iowane ASA, CFO of Free Bird Institute, the first foreign company to be listed on the Fiji exchange. Photo: Kama Catch Me.

Meet the Fijian CFO successfully navigating cultural differences in business


Infosys' spaceship-like office in Pune.

The Indian economy: a juggernaut open for business


Britta Seeger believes Mercedes-Benz can maintain its luxury status while adapting to the demands of a new market.

Britta Seeger's customer-centric strategy is making a marque on Mercedes-Benz


'The very concept of tipping is controversial. Unions have frequently resisted it, yet at times demanded that it be allowed.

Does tipping really encourage great service? The answer may surprise you.