Three accountants from different generations, backgrounds, locations and with different areas of expertise recall their first year running their own accounting practice.
Podcasts can reach virtually anyone, anywhere, anytime, but for an accounting firm, launching a podcast is not a decision to be made lightly. Here's what to think about before you decide.
With baby boomers retiring, now is the time for all equity-owning practitioners to consider succession planning. Two CPAs reveal their own future-proofing options.
In the current economic climate, many practitioners might find it hard to justify increasing their fees, but with a little care it is possible.
If you were to benchmark your public sector organisation against international best practice, would its financial management measure up? There is a framework, measurement and benchmarking tool that can help.
Most managers want you to succeed and continue to improve, but when you’re a finance professional who is asking the company to pay for professional career development, it’s important to go about it in the right way.
As a practising accountant, you know you’re short on time. You also know that it’s important to keep up-to-date with what is going on in your industry. Three CPAs explain why they think attending industry events is essential for practitioners’ continuing professional development – and how it will help you “sharpen your saw”.
Practitioners need to be on guard against clients whose actions or intentions may contravene the Fair Work Act. There are four questions in particular that should give you pause.
Most managers have different personal leadership traits but all confront similar challenges when leading strategy.
Effective communication with stakeholders is the key to successfully managing strategy and change in the workplace.