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  1. Big data, climate risk and emotion will change accounting

    What trends are shaping accountancy’s future? We ask new Accounting Hall of Fame inductee Professor Wai-Fong Chua AM FCA...

  2. Death, super and confusion: rewriting Australia’s death benefit rules

    Complex death benefit rules around superannuation payouts are a dog’s breakfast, but improving the regulations won’t be easy...

  3. Why are businesses still paying too much for power?

    The theory was unbundling electricity monopolies would increase competition and bring down power prices. It didn’t happen...

  4. How to halve staff turnover and other strategy questions for 2019

    February 2019 Acuity explores how successful finance leaders are setting strategy, forecasts and budgets in times of change...

  5. Ethics are at the heart of good leadership

    2019 CA ANZ President Stephen Walker FCA says ethical leadership will guide CAs through rapidly changing times...

  6. Tricks and traps of advising families: an accountant’s view

    People’s longer lifespans are affecting family business succession plans and estate planning. What should advisers do?...

  7. Productivity is up, why not wages?

    Labour productivity has massively outstripped real wages growth in Australia and New Zealand since 2000. Saul Eslake says fixing this broken relationship is a priority for our nations’ economic and...

  8. Do CA ethics and values produce better leaders?

    Outgoing CA ANZ President Jane Stanton FCA says the ethics and values that guide chartered accountants are precious commodities in a world needing leaders...

  9. Culture is the key to behaviour

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand President Jane Stanton believes the shared ethical framework and values create the CA community’s strong culture...

  10. Seeing into the future

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand President Jane Stanton explores the need to uphold the profession’s competencies and values...

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