Small business

The silver lining is that the rapid migration to digital technologies accelerated by the pandemic has opened up new growth opportunities for some start-ups

Australian start-ups: Innovation in times of crisis


Accountancy has seen the rise of such subscription services, from basic consumer-level bookkeeping services through to complex industry-specific accountancy software for large firms.

Set and forget: Subscription services on the up and up


7 ways to spot real facts from fake news


Jason Shum CPA is the founder of EasyTrack.ai, an automation platform that acts as a virtual COO for professional services firms.

Jason Shum CPA: Playing it safe increases your chance of failure


Wes Lambert, CEO of the Restaurant and Catering Industry Association, confirms that many of his members are now more cautious and reluctant to hire casual employees.

‘Casual’ employment ruled a thing of the past


Uncertainty about the outbreak’s trajectory remains the biggest obstacle for experts trying to forecast what the future might hold.

6 tips to navigate uncertainty for brave finance professionals


Will tough times foster disruptive innovation as consumers and businesses look for cheaper ways to get things done?

By the book: Disruption, innovation and COVID-19


Michael Kambouridis CPA and Selda Kaplan ASA.

Rideshare tax: Simplifying the process


In the last five years, Alan FitzGerald has seen a change in the relationship between the accountant and the client because of the technology gap.

Accounting technology: Closing the client gap


Eddie Chew CPA, Potboy Groceries’ CEO and founder.

Potboy Groceries' new model for fast-moving consumer goods


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