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  1. The trinity of our profession

    The trinity of ethics, expertise and integrity are characteristics that set chartered accountants apart...

  2. Who should do the sums on campaign promises?

    Professional bodies don’t often call out politicians’ rubbery figures during elections, but an independent agency should...

  3. A wish list for Australia’s 2019 Federal Budget

    A lifetime super contributions cap and a clearer pathway to a low emissions economy make sense for Australia, says CA ANZ...

  4. 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...

  5. 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?...

  6. Why CAs must help rebuild trust

    As chartered accountants, winning our clients’ trust is central to the success of our work and to the reputation of our profession...

  7. Are SMSFs losing their lustre?

    Self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs) have been embraced by Australians, but are they damaging Australia’s robust superannuation system?...

  8. Changing fortunes of the Trans-Pacific Partnership

    Why hope remains for the future of the Trans-Pacific Partnership in the Trump era...

  9. Budget 2017-18: A fresh start with fresh pain

    Australian Treasurer Scott Morrison has delivered a surprisingly big-taxing budget that pays for the last burial rites of the toxic Abbott legacy of 2014...

  10. Company tax cuts a win for politics over economics

    How will recent cuts to the company tax rate affect accounting in Australia?...

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