July 2021

Read the July 2021 issue of INTHEBLACK magazine.

Dr Kerry Bodle CPA, Griffith Business School’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander academic director. Photo: Anthony Geernaert.

Dr Kerry Bodle CPA: The essential academic


It is important to agree on clear accounting and reporting requirements and for auditors to carefully consider how to audit these assets.

Clarity needed in crypto-assets accounting


Painted door tests are used to validate an idea using simple measures such as conversion metrics or take-up rates.

Painted door test: How to find your next big business idea


What can accountants do? You can not only ensure that your organisation complies with relevant protective legislation, but also ensure that you act in its spirit and intent, and do not just see it as an obstacle to be overcome.

The role of accountants in healing country


NFP accounting: Revenue vs income


In the absence of sound financial analysis and a link to business strategy, short-term cuts can actually lead to lower long-term profits.

Tough times: When should you cut costs?


Yamile Monsalve CPA.

Yamile Monsalve CPA believes numbers make good work possible


Every day, millions of people around the world experience virtual worlds, and the ways in which they interact with these worlds and other players can often take unexpected turns.

Big business: The growth of virtual economies


Even before the pandemic, there were reports indicating about a third of all data breaches were the work of insiders.

Malicious insiders: How to protect your business


IFRS 17 is about 20 years in the making and is unusual in being the only reporting standard that is directed at a specific industry.

IFRS 17: What you need to know


Read the October 2021 issue of INTHEBLACK magazine.