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    Emails and how to find them

    Rather than wasting time sorting your emails, take the time to hone your search skills...

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    Trust begins with telling the truth

    With trust in politicians and institutions plummeting, how can finance professionals retain the public’s confidence? EY Fellow for Trust & Ethics Clare Payne says the first step is ditching weasel...

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    4 things CAs in public practice can’t overlook

    Hanging out your shingle as a chartered accountant brings certain responsibilities, and here’s how CA ANZ can help...

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    An introduction to spreadsheet evil

    Advanced Excel users need to use their superpowers for good. Some functions can bring disaster down upon them and all their colleagues...

  5. How My CA is helping cope with New Zealand’s dairy crisis

    As rural CAs feel the impact of New Zealand’s dairy crisis, the new My CA hub offers members an online community of advice, support and resources...

  6. How to deal with an ethical conflict in your workplace

    As members of a professional accounting body, qualified accountants are expected to act in the public interest. This includes the need to consider how to address ethical misconduct when you come...

  7. How to deal with an ethical conflict in your workplace

    As members of a professional accounting body, qualified accountants are expected to act in the public interest. This includes the need to consider how to address ethical misconduct when you come...

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  8. Welcoming our new Board Director Tony Harrington AM FCA

    Tony Harrington joins the Board with extensive experience as a Chartered Accountant, a career history of more than 30 years in practice and a breadth of Chair and non-executive Director roles...

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    Client monies - Proceed with caution

    Money makes the world go round, but it can land chartered accountants in hot water when the cash belongs to clients...

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