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  1. How to use litigation funding as a corporate finance tool

    Dispute funding treats litigation as collateral for a loan and an asset on your balance sheet. Brought to you by Litigation Capital Management...

  2. New regulations for income protection insurance

    Recent regulatory changes are offering Australians a fairer model of income protection insurance. Brought to you by NobleOak...

  3. Open banking: What’s in it for accountants?

    Consumer data right is hyped as a way to shop for cheaper financial products. But should accountants become data recipients?...

  4. Winding up an SMSF before 30 June? Avoid these pitfalls

    If your client has decided to wind up their SMSF, it’s vital that you’re both aware of potential traps in the process...

  5. The taxing consequences of COVID-19 in New Zealand

    COVID-19’s economic fallout is choking businesses’ cash flow. Here are some tax issues CAs can advise their clients on...

  6. International money transfers during COVID-19

    Keeping the cost of international money transfers as low as possible helps in volatile times. Brought to you by WorldFirst...

  7. Q&A: Tax in the time of COVID-19

    We sat down with Tax Traders co-founder and director Josh Taylor to discuss the questions accountants are asking during COVID-19. Brought to you by Tax Traders...

  8. Why well-resourced companies use litigation funding

    Dispute resolution finance, aka litigation funding, helps corporates transfer risk and improve corporate profit margins...

  9. IMF wants central banks to issue digital currencies

    With e-money moving into the mainstream, a recent IMF paper proposes a way to make digital currencies more stable...

  10. A helping hand for self-directed investors

    This digital marketplace allows self-directed investors easy access to diversified portfolios. Brought to you by OpenInvest...

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