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    Integrated Reporting – the future of accounting

    What does the new wave of global non-financial reporting mean for Australian accountants? London-based global expert Richard Howitt, head of the International Integrated Reporting Council, recently...

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    Should auditors reduce their fees during COVID-19?

    With clients facing COVID-induced financial strain, there is pressure on auditors to reduce fees. But is it an ethical trap?...

  3. Australian framework reform

    It’s time for a simpler financial reporting framework that reflects modern businesses, clears up reporting obligations and is easy to understand...

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    Financial reporting must change, says XRB chair Michele Embling FCA

    XRB chair Michele Embling FCA is on a mission to get important, non-financial information into financial reports...

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    Watch: Future risk - how to measure your exposure

    How to use the UN sustainable goals and Integrated Reporting to measure risks and challenges...

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    How software can do the heavy lifting on your IFRS 16 reporting

    If you’re grappling with implementing IFRS 16 lease reporting, specialised software could help. Brought to you by Nomos One...

  7. Positive feedback from Targeted Review of the New Zealand Accounting Standards Framework

    Feedback to the XRB’s public consultation Discussion Paper confirms the New Zealand Accounting Standards Framework remains appropriate for reporting entities, but more support is needed for smaller...

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    Charity starts with good reporting

    Jamie Cattell CA, the 2019 Young CA Regional Advocate Wellington, helps to lift financial reporting standards for charities...

  9. The XRB seeks feedback on its strategy for developing accounting standards

    The Targeted Review of the New Zealand Accounting Standards Framework...

  10. Financial instruments

    Overview IFRS 9 Financial Instruments, simplifies the complex requirements of its predecessor, IAS 39/ AASB 139/ NZ IAS 39 Financial Instruments: Recognition and Measurement The revisions also sought...

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