When blockchain represents a perfect record of ownership and a near-frictionless method of value transfer, what role does the accountant play?
Why are some super funds struggling when funds are pouring into them all the time?
Small businesses in the Asia-Pacific region are successfully leaping into the digital era and are optimistic about the future, according to CPA Australia’s 2017 small business survey.
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How do you encourage staff to gain new skills in today’s busy workplaces, where people are time poor? Two HR experts share their advice.
Excel has become a powerful data manipulation and reporting package, and as its functionality has grown, so have the number of shortcuts that enable users to save time. Read on for some handy Excel shortcuts.
Determined, smart women fought a successful battle to be recognised as accounting professionals. In time for International Women’s Day, we take a look back at some notable female accountants and their fight for recognition in Australia.
New requirements in the Code of Ethics mean that accountants may, in some instances, have to report client non-compliance with laws and regulations (NOCLAR).
No accounting practice is immune to cybercrime or the damage it can cause. And the recent rollout of the Notifiable Data Breach (NDB) scheme now imposes significant penalties for failures to report breaches.
There’s so much more to demographer and analyst Bernard Salt than a quip about A$22 smashed avocado on toast.
The GenWise Health digital platform makes it simpler and cheaper for GPs to include home visits as a regular service.
IFRS 16, the new accounting standard on leases (AASB 16 Leases in Australia), will bring trillions onto balance sheets globally but putting it into practice has thrown up some complexities.
Will automating routine tasks usually performed by entry-level accountants undermine their basic accounting skills?
Marcell Judkins FCPA has found her CFO role at the Port of Melbourne’s brand new, fully automated container terminal is as much ambassadorial as it is financial.
Cecile Thaxter, the first female general manager of Kalgoorlie’s legendary Super Pit, is determined to challenge the status quo – one mind at a time.
To remain livable and economically competitive, rapidly growing cities need to embrace high-tech solutions to solve their many practical problems. However, how willing are citizens to sacrifice their privacy for the benefits of smart cities, and can government regulations keep up with new tech?
There are just 38 Indigenous accountants with a professional accounting designation in the whole of Australia. What can be done to attract more Indigenous youth to join the profession?
More South Korean entrepreneurs are ignoring the nation’s famous conglomerates – companies with global reach, like Samsung, Hyundai and LG Electronics – to create their own innovative start-ups.
The Hong Kong budget, delivered by Financial Secretary Paul MP Chan FCPA on 28 February, announces a surplus of HK$138 billion for 2017-18.
It’s a worldwide problem: economic productivity should be rising … but it’s not. Experts can’t agree on whether it’s due to the global financial crisis (GFC), zombie companies or a complex mix of other factors, but they all agree that things haven’t been this bad since the 1950s.