Superheroes

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


INTHEBLACK

Impacts of COVID-19 on reporting entities and auditors

13 Mar 2020 Economics Auditing

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is illuminated by a New Year’s Eve fireworks display on 31 December 1999. The Goods and Services Act was introduced earlier that year.

GST in Australia 20 years on: looking back on taxing times

01 Mar 2020 Taxation Economics

Accountants are highly technical and detailed people. However, soft skills such as an ability to communicate and connect with clients may sometimes be lacking.

6 ways accountants can build client relationships and improve communication

01 Mar 2020 Workplace INPRACTICE

THE ECONOMY


Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) providers don’t have to operate under the same rules as traditional credit providers because their offerings are not captured by the National Credit Act.

Should credit rules apply to Afterpay and other buy now, pay later plans?

01 May 2019 Economics

This is not the first bitcoin crash in a market known for its volatility.

Bitcoin crash gives way to steady growth

27 Feb 2019 Economics

A protester holds a French flag as he faces French anti-riot police officers in front of the Eiffel Tower. (Credit: MARTIN BUREAU/AFP/Getty Images)

Brexit and beyond: 5 ways to wreck an economy

15 Apr 2019 Economics

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