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Find out about the role accountants can play in helping resolve carbon emissions towards climate change.
Close collaboration early in regulatory process can ensure clear legislation and fair compliance measures.
The airline sector faces more ups and downs until international travel reaches pre-pandemic levels again.
Digital tech promises exciting opportunities for enabling seniors to remain healthy and independent.
Taking ownership of our personal brand can pay dividends over the long term.
The failed launch of the European Super League contains lessons for businesses, key among them being to not take your core market for granted.
Widening income disparity and a heightened focus on the importance of social licence in business activity have driven calls for a more inclusive form of capitalism.
The International Monetary Fund has warned that inflation may be here for long term. Will ultra-low interest rates trigger the return of high inflation?
Contrary to the notions of higher earnings and disposable income, financial security is an ongoing challenge for older single women without children.
The volume of 2019-2020 NSW bushfire donations has raised questions on how organisations should plan their their long-term philanthropic efforts.
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Make your business’s first foray into podcasting a successful one with guidelines from top-performing podcaster Amantha Imber.
Remote working has exposed companies to both increased and new cyber vulnerabilities that need to be considered and assessed by external auditors.
Last year saw record-high capital being raised from listings of special purpose acquisition companies, or SPACs. Here's how it could play out in Australia.
Andrew Raworth CPA is no stranger to transformation, and he looks forward to opportunities for change within the aged care sector.
COVID-19 has triggered a global debt binge, sparking concerns about the effects of debt on our long-term economic future.
Cybercrime on the dark web has benefitted from the COVID-19 lockdowns. With cybercriminals on the rise, you need to shore up your organisation's defences.
Most economists agree that the gulf between rich and poor has widened as the result of the COVID-19 pandemic, raising concerns about a "K shaped" recovery.
As office life becomes location-agnostic, will the old office politics hold or is a new mindset required to navigate this domain skillfully?
Handing over your small business to a successor takes considerable time and effort. Here's why you need a succession plan to help you do it.
Professionals need to embrace both traditional and new styles of networking to thrive in the current times.
The quantum world may seem to be light years away from business as usual, but it has become clear that quantum computing, even in its infancy, holds great potential for finance and accounting.
Many scientists warn that COVID-19 will not be the last or the worst pandemic of our lifetime. Is there a way to pandemic-proof our economies? Three experts weigh in.
Investment bubbles are by no means a recent phenomenon, but the influence of social media on the herd instinct can have a crippling effect when the bubbles burst.
The Australian Government's National Tax Clinic program is meeting an urgent need in the community by providing assistance to those who are unable to engage the help of a tax agent or public practitioner.
Data can be a goldmine for small and medium-sized enterprises, but its full power can only be realised by building a shared data capability and promoting a data-led culture.
The Australian property market has grown exponentially over the past few decades, defying the global financial crisis (GFC) and now a pandemic. What makes it so resilient, and should steps be taken to cool it down?
Career breaks, redundancies, pandemics and sideways moves - career progression is anything but linear these days.
As a finance futurist, Nunzio Giunta CPA has embraced technological changes in his industry, but he also looks forward to a new era for finance, in which emotional intelligence and sound communication are upheld as much as analytical expertise.
Naturo's patented Haelen method of extending the shelf life of fresh milk is a world-first, and has the potential to boost Australia's dairy industry with new export opportunities and an increase in farmgate prices.
No longer the preserve of stereotypically "creative" professions such as design or performing arts, creativity is permeating all areas of business. More and more, our work lives involve stepping outside our day-to-day to devise novel solutions to challenges old and new.
Not all stress is created equal. The good news is, stress can sometimes be your friend.
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Dr Kerry Bodle CPA has embedded First Nations culture into the Griffith Business School and is changing the way future accountants learn.
What makes an idea truly great and the right one to pursue over many others? A simple marketing strategy may hold the answer.
Not all cost reductions pay off in the end, so a short-term fix must be balanced with long-term value.
A shared heritage is an important part of the dynamic in the working relationship between Raj Rana FCPA and his client, Manish Trivedi.
As entire industries continue to be hampered by the pandemic - and more highly skilled workers than ever are in urgent need of a new career direction - savvy recruiters are well placed to attract top talent from other sectors.