If you thought scams were a 21st century innovation, think again. Long before the internet existed, fraudsters were taking other people’s money. Try our quiz and test your knowledge of financial fraud.
It is easy to see the potential digital technology holds for bringing corporate reports to life - but are we ready to embrace and harness it?
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The Australian Financial Reporting Framework is undergoing a significant overhaul, and with changes effective from 1 July 2021, affected financial report preparers with 30 June year-ends should begin readying for transition.
A significant component of the ongoing evolution of the accounting profession is the requirement for stronger communication skills to enhance stakeholder engagement with, and understanding of, important numbers.
When corporate regulators periodically publish their "hit list" of focus areas for surveillance activities around financial reporting practices, one item appears time and time again - the adequacy of impairment testing of goodwill. It is also a frequent cause of friction between those preparing financial statements and those auditing them.
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As cryptocurrencies continue to evolve and are used more widely, there is continued debate around the importance of an accounting and regulatory framework that is fit for purpose.
The theme for this year's NAIDOC Week is "heal country!". We ask three Indigenous accountants about the role finance professionals can and should play in healing country.
Accounting for revenue in the not-for-profit and public sectors is a complex task that requires a deep understanding of the underpinning accounting standards.
Not all cost reductions pay off in the end, so a short-term fix must be balanced with long-term value.
Interesting times lie ahead for insurers, who are readying for more transparency under a new accounting standard while preparing for a heavy flow of potential pandemic-related claims.
There’s a new regulatory scheme putting large businesses’ payment habits under the microscope. You should have heard of Payment Times Reporting Scheme by now, because it began in Australia on January 1 2021.
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The overhaul of the Australian Financial Reporting Framework involves a new tier 2 reporting framework that includes a simplified disclosures standard. Does this new structure serve the needs of small and medium-sized enterprises and their stakeholders?
ADVERTORIAL: Despite the end of JobKeeper, the ATO is set to use its data matching technology to continue reviewing those who took benefitted from the scheme. See why.
ADVERTORIAL: From streamlining BAS, year-end tax prep or managing workflow, here's how QuickBooks' assortment of tools help smaller firms work efficiently and profitably.
Cash may no longer be king for many of us, but that doesn’t mean that it should be consigned to history. Here are six reasons why we shouldn’t discount cash.
Accounting standards are becoming more complex but, in most cases, with good reason. The solution is technology adoption and a multi-modal approach to readability, understandability and actionability.
Corporate expense tracking can be immensely time-consuming and challenging in terms of real-time visibility. Here’s what you need to know about automated expense management systems that do the job for you.