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  1. The silver lining on staff turnover

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

  2. Hard demand for soft skills

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

  3. Does the ATO have too much power?

    Bowing out after 10 years, Australia’s Inspector-General of Taxation Ali Noroozi worries about the power wielded by the ATO and highlights the importance of trust and independence...

  4. Risky business

    As a chartered accountant, you are faced with risks – and risk exposure begins as soon as you begin to offer any professional advice...

  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. Acuity magazine's October/ November 2018 issue out now

    The latest edition is packed with hard-hitting interviews, exciting articles and member profiles...

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  7. The Māori economy: patient capital meets new activism

    As historic grievances are settled, Māori are becoming a new, powerfully committed element in New Zealand’s sustained economic growth...

  8. 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...

  9. Is fake meat the way of the future?

    As the cost to manufacture “laboratory meat” falls, the Australian and New Zealand meat industries are looking at how their products fit into the dinner menus of tomorrow...

  10. 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...