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    Helping family business clients spot the potholes

    Accountants advising family firms need more than technical accounting expertise to get it right. Robert Powell FCA, the 2018 Family Business Australia Accredited Adviser of the Year, shares his tips...

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    Why are businesses still paying too much for power?

    The theory was unbundling electricity monopolies would increase competition and bring down power prices. It didn’t happen...

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    AFCA promises one-stop financial dispute resolution

    The boss of the Australian Financial Complaints Authority wants financial services disputes resolved fairly, and faster...

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    How Colleen Chapman CA left number crunching for business partnering

    QBE’s Colleen Chapman CA says clear communication is key for accountants to succeed at business partnering. So is trust...

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    Tricks and traps of advising families: an accountant’s view

    People’s longer lifespans are affecting family business succession plans and estate planning. What should advisers do?...

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    How CAs can avoid conflicts of interest in joint ventures with clients

    Entering a joint venture with a client isn’t against CA’s ANZ Code of Ethics, but conflicts of interest can arise...

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    How accountants can survive the public trust crisis

    Levels of trust have crashed, but accountants can play a big role in healing public faith in business and the finance sector...

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    1+1 Partnerships

    Martin Bailey FCA and Cameron McGregor FCA of McGregor Bailey Chartered Accountants, Auckland, first worked together in 1976...

  9. AML and due diligence on existing clients

    Debunking myths about conducting customer due diligence (CDD) on existing clients under the NZ AML/CFT Act...

  10. Handling client money

    What is client money? Client money is any money coming into the control of a member in public practice, or any of the member’s personnel which are the property of a client. It includes money...

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