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9 ways to keep productive during an ATO systems outage


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Will robots free accountants to be more creative?


The skills, experience and ethical code of accountants make them perfect candidates as executors. However, before accepting, an accountant should carefully examine what is involved, the time commitment, return for effort, costs and, importantly, their individual skills and risk exposures.

Accountants as executors: does it add up?


One challenge facing family-owned businesses is a lack of awareness of the impact of technology on their business.

5 critical success factors for family businesses in the next 5 years


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ASIC is taking a closer look at investment deals that circumvent the sophisticated investor test.

ASIC warns accountants


Help your firm stand out from the crowd with the help of emotional intelligence.

Accounting for EQ: Why emotional intelligence matters for accountants


Are accountants putting themselves at risk by preparing trust deeds?

Online trust deeds a hazard for practitioners


ATO outage? Stay productive with these 9 tips.

9 ways to keep productive during an ATO systems outage


We are here to help: a new service for public practitioners provides support when starting a new firm.

New public practitioners offered vital support


Technology's getting even smarter. What does that mean for the accounting sector? Illustrations: Ellen Porteus.

Will robots free accountants to be more creative?


LIVE CHAT: Understand your minimum PII requirements


The skills, experience and ethical code of accountants make them perfect candidates as executors. However, before accepting, an accountant should carefully examine what is involved, the time commitment, return for effort, costs and, importantly, their individual skills and risk exposures.

Accountants as executors: does it add up?


One challenge facing family-owned businesses is a lack of awareness of the impact of technology on their business.

5 critical success factors for family businesses in the next 5 years


Low wages growth and pressure on business margins are motivating people to evade the tax system.

The black economy taskforce: what it means for accountants and their clients


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Allowing the next generation to take over IT initiatives is an effective way to future-proof small and family businesses.

5 steps to prepare your family business for the next generation


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While there are pros and cons to ditching the timesheet, some firms are reaping the benefits of a different approach to billing.

How to implement value-based billing


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How predictive intelligence can help grow your practice


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Apple prides itself on giving customers a satisfying experience when they enter one of its stores.

How to create an Apple-grade customer experience


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The more things that accounting software can connect to, the more valuable it will be.

Cloud accounting: what you need to consider


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How to attract talent to your accounting practice


Practice Management

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EOFY resolutions for your small business


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The option to conduct a review instead of an audit, even if allowed under relevant legislation, depends on the entity’s constitution.

Review or audit? Help your clients understand the difference.


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A USP can help your practice stand out from the crowd

Does your business have a USP?


INPRACTICE Profiles

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Derek Grima CPA set up Ballarat-based BeFinancial, an accounting and business solutions practice

Small practice dreams big in Ballarat


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Keeping up the good fight: Allan Lorraine FCPA. Photographer: Damien Pleming.

At 90, Allan Lorraine FCPA geared up for the fight of his life


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Robyn Erskine FCPA

Why people skills matter in the insolvency business