Tony Citera CPA and Elisabeth (Liz) Lampert CPA have pooled their knowledge, capabilities and people skills to influence change and work towards outcomes that benefit their whole organisation.
While the end of the financial year can be a busy time professionally and personally, it is also a good time to take stock of superannuation and formulate retirement savings strategies for the year ahead.
Data has always been of high importance to insurance companies when undertaking multiple basic functions. With digital transformation taking over, insurance technology is in the spotlight as a growth concept in the sector.
This is a question many SMEs ponder. While leasing may be less risky and ensures equipment is up to date, owning assets outright may be cheaper in the long run. When is it better to lease or buy? Three experts weigh in.
Several central banks around the world, including those of the European Union, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland and Japan, have introduced negative interest rates to bolster their economies in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Has this bold strategy produced the desired effect?
Vu Phan CPA, the head of finance for Hanesbrands Vietnam, has seen plenty of change in the past 10 years. Indeed, he has seen more than his fair share in the past nine months alone.
As automation, machine learning and predictive analytics increasingly become part of our working lives, pressure is building on finance and accountancy professionals to stay ahead of the knowledge curve.
In March 2020, COVID-19 claimed one of its most high-profile "victims" - the Tokyo Olympic Games. The cost of the delay may make it the most expensive games yet. Given the financial risks, is hosting the Olympic Games worth the investment?
The overhaul of the Australian Financial Reporting Framework involves a new tier 2 reporting framework that includes a simplified disclosures standard. Does this new structure serve the needs of small and medium-sized enterprises and their stakeholders?
Duncan Webster enjoys the technical aspects of his role, but devotes most of his energy to the leadership component and being a "value creation architect".
In uncertain times, it is all too easy to feel crippled with indecision due to fear of what lies ahead. Having courage doesn't mean dispelling fear, but acknowledging it and tapping into self-certainty while planning for the future.
A simple white t-shirt from a global fast-fashion brand can set you back as little as A$5, but how much does it really cost?
Australians are among the heaviest gamblers in the world and are high up on the list of biggest losers, with a per capita gambling loss of A$1292 during 2017-2018. To what extent can policy reform address the problem?
The pandemic has been a catalyst for big changes - not only in the way we work and the technology we use, but also in how teams are structured and managed.
Missed out on a promotion? Here's how to handle the setback.
Planning and etiquette are essential to avoid the pitfalls associated with hybrid meetings.
Devices and apps to put us on the path to a healthier lifestyle.
Dependent drop-down lists offer straightforward and scalable solutions to several Excel challenges.
Georgina Fordham CPA finds great fulfilment in the responsibility of fostering puppies for Guide Dogs Victoria.