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  1. Triple threat CA from Waikato

    Young CA Regional Advocate, Waikato Alice Norton, brings energy to all her professional, sporting and charitable pursuits...

  2. Meet the CA turned wool merchant

    Accounting skills helped Janette Osborne CA pivot and rebuild her business, Briar Patch, after Christchurch’s earthquakes...

  3. Know the numbers: Stephen Harrison AO FCA

    Stephen Harrison AO FCA started as an academic and statistician but ended up in charge of the Global Accounting Alliance...

  4. Your must-have skill for 2020? Resilience

    Experts are predicting bumpy times ahead, so how can you build the resilience you need for the COVID dip and recovery?...

  5. A pain-free way to perfect your processes

    Efficiency gains from Receipt Bank software can speed up your accounts processing five-fold. Brought to you by Receipt Bank...

  6. Bad spreadsheets are killing your business

    Many Australian businesses rely on spreadsheets as much as on electricity or the internet. Here PwC expert Ian Bennett offers expert tips on how to reduce the risk that they may fail...

  7. What’s the meaning of ‘the circular economy’?

    The circular economy promotes the effective use and reuse of materials to reduce waste. Is this the future of manufacturing?...

  8. The digital tax hunt bigger than Google

    Governments chasing revenue from digital giants may have more success by working together, says the OECD’s David Bradbury...

  9. Changing roles: expectations for future CAs

    CAs are still the most trusted finance professionals and could be called on to solve societal as well as business issues, a new survey finds...

  10. The secret that lawyers wish all accountants knew

    When accountants share the advisory load with a reliable legal partner it can lead to better client outcomes...

  11. How to respond to complaints and move on positively

    It can be confronting and stressful to have a complaint made against you. Here is the best way to respond...

  12. Our most useful work changes during the COVID-19 lockdown

    Working remotely has taught Meg Heffron and Lyn Formica CA valuable lessons that other accountants could find useful...

  13. Recommending clients to specialists need not be taboo

    Collaborating with accredited specialists to deliver better business and financial results for clients is a smart move for accounting firms – and does not mean having to relinquish work...

  14. Golden rules for addressing conflicts of interest

    When CA ANZ deals with complaints against members, managing conflicts of interest comes up again and again...

  15. Why slaying the inflation dragon isn’t good for business

    Double-digit inflation was a thing in the 1970s and ’80s. Today, inflation could hit zero – and that’s bad for business...

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