Insolvencies are rising in some sectors and accountants need to warn clients of the dangers of trading while insolvent – and of the resources available to help when a company is in financial trouble.
Excel expert Neale Blackwood CPA began writing his monthly Excel Yourself column in INTHEBLACK magazine in 2002. He recently “opened the vault” on those early articles to review the information and add newer and easier solutions or built-in functions. This month: Page Layout, SUM hours and more.
CEO, qualified lawyer, advocate, board member, chair and high-profile public servant … there are few titles Elizabeth Proust has not enjoyed throughout her career.
Auditors are under scrutiny in Australia and the UK, but where does their responsibility lie in preventing fraud and company collapse?
There's no better reading season, so dive into one of these top books.
Australians pay a high cost for their compulsory superannuation system.
Three experts weigh in on what 2020 could look like amid the continuing US-China trade tension, market volatility and predictions of the global economy growing at its slowest pace since the GFC.
After years of trying to measure the value of the internet, economists are coming to an unexpected conclusion.
As CFO and general manager corporate services at Bank of South Pacific (BSP) in Fiji, Rajeshwar Singh CPA has to multitask, while overseeing the finance and human resources functions of the bank.
Financial statements need the input of more stakeholders than accountants, and accountants, too, need to think more broadly - their skill set is becoming more valuable as the need for better communication and broader valuation expertise becomes a normal part of the job.
Academic and banking expert Eric Koh FPCA is on a mission to convince companies they need to look within to develop competency and end the poaching wars.
How well do you know your data? What do the calculations really mean, and how might they deliver for your business? Read on, then take the quiz to test your knowledge.
Improving the financial resilience of First Nations people can change lives, and there's a role for accountants.
Placing a value on iconic artworks and cultural artefacts is a challenging job for accountants, CFOs and finance staff working in galleries and museums.
Janelle Whyte CPA is navigating a brand new role as financial controller of Fremantle sailing club in Perth.
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CPAs considering working in parts of the electoral process need to understand legislations and how they need to be implemented in various circumstances.
As an area of research it has existed for decades, but organisations are only now beginning to appreciate the wondrous insight offered by social network analysis.
Employers who have invested significant resources in an employee can feel let down when that person resigns, but it's important to maintain composure and plan your next steps.
Stress management and resilience training for employees are popular approaches to prevent burnout, but they are only part of the solution.