Superheroes

With the power to see into the future and keep global economies afloat, accountants are truly today’s superheroes. See why. 

ACCOUNTING


For-profit entities that are required by legislation to prepare financial statements in accordance with AAS will no longer be able to prepare SPFS for accounting periods beginning on or after 1 July 2021.

Get prepared: Financial reporting changes have arrived

01 Aug 2021 Accounting

Goodwill is the premium paid by the acquirer that represents the acquiree’s future potential to generate cash flows and other economic benefits.

Future potential: What's ahead for goodwill accounting?

01 Aug 2021 Accounting

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

01 Jul 2021 Leadership Accounting

THE ECONOMY


The bustling central Vietnamese city of Da Nang in November 2017, during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit.

Will Vietnam's economy remain strong?

01 Aug 2021 Economics

Australia’s dairy industry is a key sector of the agricultural economy, coming in fourth behind beef, wheat and sheep.

How Naturo is disrupting the fresh milk market

01 Aug 2021 Economics Strategy

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

01 Jul 2021 Economics Technology

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