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  1. Retrospective changes to super never a good idea

    Retrospective changes to super never a good idea...

  2. Tax revenue projected to grow exponentially

    Tax revenue is forecast to rise by $41b from a baseline actual revenue in 2021 of $97b to a projected tax take of $138b by 2026, a 42% increase...

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  3. Simplifying NFP reporting

    Amir Ghandar FCA, Assurance and Reporting Leader, CA ANZ, opinion piece on the AASB’s discussion paper on Tier 3 simplified accounting requirements for NFPs...

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  4. An ounce of prevention - internal control and fraud

    Fraud and unexpected catastrophic corporate collapses are constant topics in audit and corporate governance debates. How can auditors deal with these issues?...

  5. What CFOs should focus on in 2022 and how

    This month I attended the Australian Financial Review CFO Live conference and one overarching message came through loud and clear - CFOs should already be well on their way when it comes to...

  6. Getting a less complex audit on the road

    How do we best deliver audits for less complex entities?...

  7. Tax also needs to adapt to working from home

    Working from home has been embraced by many, but the temporary shortcut for calculating expenses has expired. Does Australia’s Tax Act need to change?...

  8. Do investors trust auditors?

    Auditors have worked hard to maintain and grow trust in what we do, and this is being acknowledged...

  9. The challenge of reaching net zero

    Countries and companies alike are setting goals to reach net zero emissions by 2050. What does this really mean and what are the risks of greenwashing?...

  10. SMSFs with more than four members may need corporate trustee

    From 1 July 2021, Self Managed Super Funds and Small APRA Funds (“small super funds”) will be permitted to have up to six members. This is a significant reform and overturns government policy put in...

  11. Australian government plays no favourites when helping NSW. Could data-sharing help?

    Many businesses and workers struggling with the three-week lockdown in Greater Sydney will be disappointed with the initial outcome of discussions between the NSW and Federal government, says...

  12. Intergenerational Report paints rosier picture

    The latest IGR seems to imply that the three big expenditure areas of health, aged care, and age pension outlays are more or less under control...

  13. Intergenerational Report makes for sobering reading

    Our key findings of the Intergenerational Report...

  14. The push to cut financial red tape

    Red tape issue is back on the Australian Government’s agenda and CA ANZ is seeking a way to achieve a simpler national legislative financial reporting and auditing framework...

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