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  1. Cutting the clutter: Vik Bhandari CA on meaningful financial reporting

    Discover IFRS Specialist Vik Bhandari CA’s tips for cutting through the clutter to produce meaningful financial reports...

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  2. The payment times reporting framework is coming

    Large businesses with over $100 million in annual turnover will be required to publish information on their small business payment times and practices...

  3. Updated NZ optional special purpose financial reporting framework

    Improvements have been made in response to feedback received during the post-implementation review...

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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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    How Netball New Zealand scores its finance goals

    For Netball New Zealand, choosing MYOB Advanced as its ERP solution was based on relationships, as well as the software. Brought to you by MYOB...

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    Audit quality is good, but can we do better?

    Audit quality in Australia and NZ isn’t bad, but the profession still has to work harder to address regulators’ concerns...

  7. Joint Submission on ED293 - Disclosure in Special Purpose Financial Statements of Compliance with Recognition and Measurement Requirements

    CA ANZ / CPA Australia submission recommends the AASB does not proceed with these proposals ahead of completed framework reform...

  8. Submission on Targeted Review of the New Zealand Accounting Standards Framework

    Is it functioning as anticipated and achieving its original objectives?...

  9. CA ANZ publishes Essential Guides

    Your essential guide to reporting and assurance developments for December 2019 period ends...

  10. Business impacts of the 'big 3'

    As another end of financial year rolls around, it’s time to get serious about the new accounting standards...