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  1. The cash conundrum

    With interest rates at record lows, how can investors make their money work harder without excess risk? Brought to you by Elston...


  2. What's next for the SMSF sector?

    Tony Negline, Superannuation Leader, CA ANZ outlines five areas of change...


  3. Does the ATOs digitalisation mean the death of compliance?

    Many experts say the ATOs move to a digital platform will mean accountants compliance work will dry up. But is that true?...


  4. SMSFs back in the spotlight

    As a Royal Commission starts hearings into Australias super and SMSF sectors, pressure is growing for a regulatory shake-up...


  5. The move to electronic identity verification

    If youd rather not have the AML/CFT Act compromise your client experience, embrace technology. Embrace electronic identity verification...


  6. Australia and New Zealand target anti-money laundering

    A look at new moves by the Australian and New Zealand governments to address anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing...


  7. Revenue tips for accountants from financial planners

    Much of the work performed by accountants and financial planners revolves around providing repetitive annual services, but the way in which clients pay for these services is radically different. CAs...


  8. Ditch hedge funds and go passive - Buffett

    Warren Buffett says his winning 10-year bet on a simple index proves investment returns delivered by active investment experts dont justify their fees...


  9. Modern slavery and how accountants can fight it

    Australian companies will soon be required under proposed federal legislation to report any exposure in their supply chains to slave labour...


  10. NZ gets tough on money laundering

    Accountants undertaking activities subject to new anti-money laundering laws should be ready to comply from 1 October 2018...


  11. Government agencies grappling to recover growing SME tax debt

    Both New Zealand and Australian small businesses owe billions of dollars of tax. But how tough should the taxman get with SMEs that are struggling?...


  12. ASIC estimates increased levies for FY 2020 21

    ASIC has released its CRIS for FY2020-21, estimating significant increases in levies for auditors, financial advisers and liquidators...


  13. Saying CYA to FASEA gives rise to new importance for ASIC

    The Governments announcement on the winding up of the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority (FASEA) means that ASIC will be equipped with steering a path to the future of the financial...


  14. Dont make business re-opening too taxing

    The end is in sight for COVID business support in ACT, NSW and Victoria following statements by the Federal Treasurer and his State counterparts last week, says Chartered Accountants Australia and New...


  15. A contemporary model for traditional accounting work

    Inside a Queensland CA's decision to turn her back on consulting to focus on compliance and achieving a better work-life balance...


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