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  1. AFCA promises one-stop financial dispute resolution

    The boss of the Australian Financial Complaints Authority wants financial services disputes resolved fairly, and faster...

  2. 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...

  3. 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...

  4. Gender pay gap proving tough to fix

    Paying equal wages for equal work was made law half a century ago, so why are women CAs earning 72% of what male CAs do?...

  5. How to sell what you do

    Accountants aren’t noted as self-promoters, but it’s crucial to be able to sell your skills. So how do you do it? It might be time to read the book on the subject...

  6. Are balanced scorecards the wrong way to decide pay bonuses?

    Research shows fixed remuneration, not balanced scorecards, keeps finance professionals playing by the rules...

  7. What makes a good leader today?

    Today’s leader must strike a balance between traditional authority and creating a space where connectivity thrives...

  8. 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...

  9. 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...

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