Accountants who step in when business partnerships go sour can inadvertently make matters worse. At the first sign of trouble, call in the mediator.
Good planning when preparing your public practice for sale or handover can increase its value and help you to still do the best by your clients.
Real-time cashless payments, available 24/7, are reshaping the business landscape right around the globe.
It is crucial to understand the differences between employees and contractors because as an employer, you will be held responsible for getting it right.
The start of a new financial year is a good time to set business resolutions. To jump start your planning, CPA Australia has put together the following tips.
Small businesses may be eligible for a range of tax benefits. To assist, CPA Australia has put together the following tips.
Successfully engaging the next generation in a family business often depends on how well the parents accommodate the personal objectives of their children.
Phoenix companies arise from the ashes of collapses that leave creditors, customers and tax authorities owed money, but new moves to stop the serial offenders are being planned.
The small business ombudsman says big companies are sending Australia’s small businesses to the wall by not paying their bills on time. There are calls for the government to act.
Clients can be high maintenance, but it’s all about keeping them coming back for more. For market leaders like Apple, technology has changed customer service so that every phase of a customer’s experience is carefully planned and makes them feel valued.