The Australian Taxation Office is continuing its crackdown on the black economy, with increasing help from the public.
Small businesses face an overwhelming selection when it comes to choosing an accounting program.
There is an enormous opportunity in solving the challenge of how to design simpler standards for the audit of less complex entities.
While their finance and analytical skills are highly valued, the interviewees in this INTHEBLACK eBook say volunteering has challenged them to think in new ways and draw on strengths they didn’t know they had.
Insolvencies are rising in some sectors and accountants need to warn clients of the dangers of trading while insolvent – and of the resources available to help when a company is in financial trouble.
Financial statements need the input of more stakeholders than accountants, and accountants, too, need to think more broadly - their skill set is becoming more valuable as the need for better communication and broader valuation expertise becomes a normal part of the job.
Improving the financial resilience of First Nations people can change lives, and there's a role for accountants.
Placing a value on iconic artworks and cultural artefacts is a challenging job for accountants, CFOs and finance staff working in galleries and museums.
CPAs considering working in parts of the electoral process need to understand legislations and how they need to be implemented in various circumstances.
It’s important for insolvency practitioners to be aware of the implications of the revised APES 330 Insolvency Services standard, together with the ARITA Code of Professional Practice.