US Navy lieutenant Bill Conway didn't fire a bullet against the Taliban, but with forensic financial analysis and modern accounting practices, he brought the terrorist sect to its knees.
Naomi Vowels CPA enjoyed a succesful career in finance, most recently as vice-president of a private bank. Now, after packing her bags and uprooting to Singapore, she is writing her own story.
The financial and accounting sector has a key role to play in the federal government's crackdown on the black economy.
The May Federal Budget announced that from 1 July 2019, celebrities and other famous people will no longer be allowed to license their fame or image rights to another entity, and potentially reduce their tax rate.
This month marks 10 years since the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the event wildly credited with triggering the global financial crisis. Here's how it unfolded.
To paraphrase a popular idiom, nothing is certain except death, taxes and highly complicated, jargon-filled life insurance. With Integrity Life, Chris Powell FCPA is out to change that.
Leaders such as Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, and former Australian Test cricket captain Steve Smith have all been saying the same thing lately: "I'm sorry." What makes a good apology, and how can you tell whether the mea culpa is sincere?
As CFO of Vanguard Investments Australia, Johanna Platt CPA is pursuing her love of numbers and problem-solving.
Bernie Madoff was a respected figure on Wall Street until his Ponzi scheme collapsed in 2008, causing investor losses of an eye-watering US $17.3 billion. Few know Madoff better than Diana B. Henriques, who wrote a book titled The Wizard of Lies about arguably the world's most notorious fraudster. INTHEBLACK catches up with her ahead of her WCOA appearance.
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Greg Edelmaier CPA and Coralia Mielczarek CPA put the financial structures in place at social enterprise STREAT to help homeless and disadvantaged youth develop real-world skills.
Far from being a destructive force in the workplace, research shows that complaining at work can help break down silos and strengthen teams.
As workers over the age of 50 are being professionally put out to pasture, employers and the government must act to dispel the hurtful stereotypes and age discrimination that are keeping the "grey army" out of work.
The debate rages on whether self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF) investors would be better off handing over their savings to professional fund managers.
Can you absorb information better if it is delivered in three-to-five minute bites online? Welcome to microlearning.
Australians love to travel but how can we make our journeys more rewarding? The first step is to be aware of all the options available, so that we can navigate the complex world of travel loyalty programs to secure optimum benefits.
Handy devices with names like Norton Core Secure and Netgear Armor can block threats before your data is infiltrated. Here we take a look at a range of tools, including new network security appliances.
PivotTables are one of Excel's most powerful features. They have the ability to summarise huge data sets into a table-based report with a few mouse clicks.
New Zealand Cricket COO Anthony Crummy CPA is keeping score in more ways than one.
From the political struggles of Colombia to the joys of working in a Melbourne toy library, Luisa Diaz-Zeledon ASA has seen a lot in the past decade. Now, with a part-time role at Anglicare Victoria, she has enrolled in the CPA Program.