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  1. Get on the front foot with New Zealand IRD payday filing

    Mandatory payday filing hits NZ from April 2019, and chartered accountants can help clients cope with these payroll changes...

  2. 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...

  3. Do the experiment before the business case

    Pete Williams CA of Deloitte Australia’s Centre for the Edge says innovation works best when you start small and leave the business case at the door...

  4. The silver lining on staff turnover

    Conventionally seen as a negative, staff turnover is now recognised by leading organisations for the opportunities it offers...

  5. Hard demand for soft skills

    Accountants facing digital disruption should be brushing up on “soft skills” to raise their job market appeal...

  6. How to get client terms right

    Failing to set clear terms of engagement with clients can be risky for accountants. Here’s how to avoid complaints and disputes...

  7. Kicking goals at the Roosters: Mark Bouris

    In the lead-up to the rugby league grand final, celebrity businessman and TV host Mark Bouris FCA tells Acuity why he loves the Sydney Roosters and how his role on the board will help the club survive...

  8. Five steps to pricing accounting services

    Pricing accounting services can be tricky. Here are some ways to help you tailor pricing decisions to clients and the business context...

  9. 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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