What’s keeping public practitioners awake at night around the world? Surprisingly, exactly the same things! So how do CPAs tackle these business challenges to come out on top and let their practices soar?
A truly independent financial planning professional doesn’t pass the buck when things go wrong. However, along with transparency, professional planners also need protection.
If clients’ futures can be discovered in their current tax returns, the next step for accountants may prove quite surprising.
New anti-crime measures may simply duplicate accountants’ existing professional obligations.
After a long transition period, Regulation 7.1.29A, the accountants’ exemption for giving SMSF advice, has finally been repealed.
How can you make your practice one that people want to buy when you want to move on? Here three industry professionals explain why a multi-service model could be the best platform for a graceful exit.
It takes hard work to make outsourcing a success, but it can free up your team to focus on higher-value opportunities. Now a new guide from CPA Australia could help public practitioners build a better outsourcing strategy.
Accountants need to be extremely cautious when “crossing the line” to work in the minefield of wills and estates.
The International Auditing and Assurance Standards Board has issued sweeping reforms aimed at increasing the usefulness and transparency of auditors’ reports. These changes have been taken into the Australian standards, effective from 15 December last year. So why the change?
Doing business outside Australia can be an important way to grow an enterprise. But in the wake of the Panama Papers scandal there is a new tax landscape, with complex issues that both taxpayers and tax practitioners need to manage.