The days of having a step-by-step career in one organisation are past, and new models of work are emerging. Changes once seen as radical are no longer seen as unusual, but to make them work takes planning, awareness and self-organisation. Michelle Gibbings outlines how to make a career leap.
Australia's savings rate is low, and getting lower. Whether they know it or not, many households are becoming financially stretched, but with a taste for the high life - and historically low interest rates - there seems to be little incentive to save.
Are you reading this while answering emails on your smartphone? How do you get rid of distractions and concentrate on your work? Read on for six tips to reduce distractions in the office.
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.
It’s estimated that about half of all trade in cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin is for criminal activity. Governments are starting to act.
People in senior jobs who start to feel a sense of dissatisfaction with their careers can start to wonder if it’s time to take a leap into something different.
Turn off all your electronic devices and enrich your mind with a good book over the holiday season.
Homeowners considering a reverse mortgage need an informed assessment of the benefits and pitfalls. CPA Australia’s Third Age Network has prepared a paper to help members give clients the advice they need.
It’s becoming more common for workers to take a freelance “gig” rather than a permanent job. What does this mean for accounting?
The fortunes of the super-rich, like Bill Gates and Jack Ma, are growing globally, and they can grow or tumble by billions in a matter of hours.