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  1. Fairer dealings at the ATO, especially for small business

    ATO Second Commissioner Andrew Mills says reforms to the tax office’s dispute processes signal its commitment to fairness...

  2. What to do if you and the ATO don’t see eye to eye

    Fairer ATO dispute resolution procedures mean talking to the taxman should not come with a sense of dread...

  3. 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...

  4. Revision of NZ Code of Ethics | Have your say

    CA ANZ wants input from New Zealand CAs on a revised and updated Code of Ethics to apply from June 2019...

  5. Michael Andrew tackles the cheats

    The former global head of KPMG is taking on the black economy, from organised crime to everyone who pays a tradie in cash...

  6. Laws passed to fight modern slavery

    NSW companies with yearly turnover of not less than $50 million now need to publish a yearly modern slavery statement or face fines. CA ANZ will help accountants prepare for new reporting rules...

  7. 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...

  8. Plan to get a CPP for public practice

    Members who offer their services to the public without a Certificate of Public Practice (CPP) are taking serious risks...

  9. How endorsements can go wrong

    Can you back up what you have told clients about third parties’ recommendations of products and services?...

  10. Financial advice standards: the next hurdle

    Proposed new educational standards for financial advisers risk forcing some older advisers out of the industry...