From digital finance to a framework to rethink your approach, here are nine books you need to read.
Digital reporting has been successfully adopted overseas, but Australian corporates are yet to be convinced.
Face-to-face (F2F) conferences have long played a key role in professional development but in the global initiative to flatten the curve of COVID-19, most of these physical events have been scrapped. Is now the time to try a virtual conference?
CPA Australia, in co-operation with the Australian Institute of Company Directors and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, has published Impacts of COVID-19 on Annual Report Disclosures: A Guide for Directors, Preparers and Auditors.
From a client’s perspective, CPAs are the antidote to complex – and occasionally overwhelming – financial stress. This year, with the coronavirus pandemic and growing global uncertainty, the job is more difficult than ever. When it comes to severe stress, who helps the accountants?
The novelty of the job interview via video doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be any less scrupulous in your preparation. Here’s how to get it right – and get the job.
In the volatile and challenging times brought about by COVID-19, changing the thinking on traditional budget forecasting can make planning ahead easier.
Artificial intelligence is becoming part of the business mainstream. The transition presents challenges, so how will businesses and managers respond?
New technology and a different approach mean that the Australian Taxation Office has taken its game to a new level. Tax advisers need to pay attention.
Podcasts have become one of the most popular ways for people to stay abreast of trends and issues while building their base of specialist knowledge. They have the advantage of offering analysis and insights in accessible form – even while travelling, driving or commuting.