May 2021

Read the May 2021 issue of INTHEBLACK magazine.

Paul Cooper FCPA, chair of the Advanced Manufacturing Growth Centre (AMGC). Photo: Luke Marsden.

Is Australia's manufacturing sector in decline?


The discovery of double Irish Dutch “sandwich” structures used by some multinationals to circumvent tax laws brought the discussion into the public consciousness.

Do big businesses pay their fair share of tax?


The reforms give those who engage with their super the tools to do so. For those who don’t, the performance benchmarks will kick in and force funds to operate better.

Calls for change to Your Future, Your Super legislation


We need to become more efficient with how we deal with email, so we can get our heads out of our inbox and focus on what’s important.

How to declutter your work day


Prior to the pandemic, there was already a growing movement against globalisation and its long supply chains.

Resilience key to supply chain success


The current negative population trend is set to continue in 2021-2022, with the number of Australians expected to leave the country likely to increase.

Why declining migration stalls economic recovery


Dessy Prihatiningtyas FCPA, finance director at PT Indonesia Kendaraan Terminal.

How Dessy Prihatiningtyas FCPA leads with compassion


Accounting standards are the essential technical tools, yet, how easy are they to interpret, and should standard-setters be working towards making them simpler?

How to make accounting standards easier to interpret


Despite their inexperience, fresh graduates might come in with some new tools and technologies and educate the team on how to use that piece of software to help drive future productivity gains.

How to run a successful internship program


Paul Viney FCPA, CFO Elphinstine Group. Photo: Alex Beem.

Why Paul Viney FCPA takes a holistic business view


Read the May 2021 issue of INTHEBLACK magazine.