Melissa Azzopardi CPA revels in the experience her work gives her: being involved in something close to the community while making the most of the skills honed in the corporate world.
The OECD/G20 inclusive framework has recently made progress towards addressing the tax challenges associated with digitalisation, with more than 130 jurisdictions committing to a joint solution on corporate taxes.
The quantum world may seem to be light years away from business as usual, but it has become clear that quantum computing, even in its infancy, holds great potential for finance and accounting.
Many scientists warn that COVID-19 will not be the last or the worst pandemic of our lifetime. Is there a way to pandemic-proof our economies? Three experts weigh in.
Investment bubbles are by no means a recent phenomenon, but the influence of social media on the herd instinct can have a crippling effect when the bubbles burst.
The Australian Government's National Tax Clinic program is meeting an urgent need in the community by providing assistance to those who are unable to engage the help of a tax agent or public practitioner.
For Timothy Williams CPA, one of the greatest lessons the travel industry should learn from disruption is the value of thinking outside of the box while reacting and adapting quickly to change.
Data can be a goldmine for small and medium-sized enterprises, but its full power can only be realised by building a shared data capability and promoting a data-led culture.
The Australian property market has grown exponentially over the past few decades, defying the global financial crisis (GFC) and now a pandemic. What makes it so resilient, and should steps be taken to cool it down?
The ability to understand and appreciate varying perspectives in different situations has always been of importance to Kok-Chye Ong FCPA - be it in everyday work, career-defining moments or personal life.