Christopher Niesche

Chris Niesche is a business journalist with two decades' experience and a former deputy editor of the Australian Financial Review. He writes across a range of topics, including finance, trade, property, management, small business and human resources. His company, Headline Content, produces marketing and journalism content for corporate websites and blogs.

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SMSF advisers say this change in particular will not lower the cost of audits for super fund trustees because it will not reduce the overall work involved in auditing a SMSF.

The risks of three-year SMSF audits

An agreement between an accountancy practice and financial planner is a relationship like any other, so regular communication is vital.

5 tips for referring clients to a financial planner

ASIC is taking a closer look at investment deals that circumvent the sophisticated investor test.

ASIC warns accountants

Australian residents need to be aware that the Foreign Resident Capital Gains Withholding regime applies beyond foreign residents

Vendor beware: Home sales above $750K require proof that seller is not a foreign investor

Acting as an executor carries risks for accountants

When accountants cross the line to wills and estates

Peter Knight FCPA, Knight Partners

How accountants can talk to clients during a downturn

What does the future hold for your bonus?

Salary outlook favours talented accounting and finance professionals

Flexibility is increasingly valued

Partnership or corporation? Depends how much flexibility you need

The challenge of train

Does cloud computing mean software providers should be registered tax agents?

The future of tax: a changing landscape for accountants?

New compliance blueprints reinvent the way accountants interact with the ATO