Strategy

By providing insight to the business owner and its advisers, a business valuation should offer a roadmap to reduced risk and thus an increased multiple and business value.

Business valuations that add value


One way for a country to reconcile its international commitments with domestic economic activity is through government regulation to constrain greenhouse gas emissions by companies, or, otherwise, incentivise them embarking on this transformation.

Cool heads, hot debate: The accountant's role in climate action


A large volume of definitions is just one example of why the modern regulatory environment is so difficult for businesses to navigate.

Understanding the new horizons in regulatory policymaking


Alan Joyce, CEO of Qantas, talks to the media at the Qantas Jetbase in Sydney, Australia. In October 2021, Qantas announced that all Australia-based Qantas and Jetstar employees will be able to return to work in December 2021.

Why the future of aviation is still up in the air


Healthcare monitoring technologies, as well as assisted living and smart living technologies, will enable seniors to stay independent longer.

Golden Market: How digital tech helps over-65s stay healthy longer


Personal branding elevates others’ understanding of who you are and what you do.

Brand You: Personal branding tips that work


With the ESL concept bombing spectacularly, there are pertinent takeaways here for businesses across the board, not only those in the sport arena.

Three critical business lessons from the European Super League debacle


In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, commentators have been suggesting that a re-examination of economic priorities, with a new and bigger role for governments at its core, should be considered.

Why we need a more inclusive form of capitalism


Prices have been flatlining for years, but now there is talk that inflation is back. How worried should we be?

Should we be worried about high inflation?


Financial advisers and accountants can be key advocates in the battle to address inequalities for women.

Why older women without children face financial challenges


While the volume of charitable donations has increased, the nature of corporate philanthropy is changing too, evolving from donations to long-term strategic planning for sustainable initiatives that have a real impact on changing people’s lives.

Why organisations need a long-term plan for philanthropic giving


From adviser to storyteller: the evolution of finance teams


As with any good content, your podcast should offer your listeners something unique to help it stand out in a crowded market.

Podcasting tips: How to get your podcast heard above the noise


Inadequate systems and controls can expose entities to data manipulation, misappropriation of funds or assets, which in turn may lead to fines, litigation and reputational damage.

How auditors can assess cyber security risks


With a stockpile of cash raised from investors, the sole objective of the venture capitalists behind each SPAC is to seek out a privately held company that can be acquired and then taken public.

Why the ASX is watching SPACs closely


Andrew Raworth CPA, consulting manager hospital and healthcare at information technology and services company Rohling International. Photo: Luke Marsden.

Andrew Raworth CPA on transformation in aged care


Taking advantage of record low interest rates, companies around the world have been going to banks to borrow additional capital.

How will debt affect our economic future?


The dark web is the online equivalent of the black market.

Dark web boom: How to safeguard your corporate data


The pandemic is going to be with us for another couple of years, so we need to have a different strategy for managing COVID-19, in part because of the  economic and humanitarian costs.

How to prevent a K-shaped economic recovery


With more people working remotely, or at least coming into the office less often, fragmentation is a risk as opportunities for face-to-face team building lessen.

How to master office politics in the new normal


Forward thinking has not been a hallmark of SMEs when it comes to succession planning.

Why you need a documented succession plan


Today, networking is a sophisticated hybrid of online networking opportunities – webinars, virtual coffee dates and virtual conferences – as well as in-person catch-ups, lockdowns permitting.

How to network in the new normal


The first, and most important, is confirmation that quantum computers will be able to deliver processing power on an unimaginable scale.

The potential of quantum computing for finance


Countries that successfully handled the health crisis of COVID-19 achieved the quickest, and best, economic recoveries.

Can we crisis-proof the economy?


Investment bubbles are defined as the swift escalation of an asset price followed by a rapid and often devastating fall.

The impact of social media on investment bubbles


Since the completion of the 2019 National Tax Clinic pilot, the program has continued on a year-by-year sponsorship basis.

Free tax clinics offer support to financially vulnerable


The writing on the wall for SMEs is clear – unlocking business value in the post-pandemic world means building shared data capabilities and a culture that values data and informed decision-making.

Why a data-driven culture will grow your business


Many experts argue that something needs to be done to make property more affordable and accessible for lower and middle-income households.

Should the Australian property market be cooled down?


The non-linearity of careers has been around forever, but no one’s ever talked about it, because there has been this obsession with career planning and where you’re going to be in five years’ time.

Can you plan a non-linear career?


Nunzio Giunta CPA is one of the world’s top 10 global finance futurists as chosen by software firm Sage, and recently won the title of Not-for-profit Accountant of the Year at the Accountants Daily Australian Accounting Awards 2021. Photo: Luke Marsden.

Nunzio Giunta CPA on the future of finance


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