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Chris Hooper

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Chris Hooper is an accounting futurist, and current CEO of Tech Accounting firm Accodex. He is also a director of the Future Accountants Network, a member organization on a mission to educate tomorrow's accountants. He is a regular on the speakers circle and also consults to accounting practices to help them modernize their firms.

Accodex Partners was awarded Innovator of the Year at the 2015 Australian Accounting Awards.

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Which tax policies are fuelling Australian property prices?

The property bubble has been inflating since the late 1980s and to better understand which tax policies have contributed...READ MORE
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Blockchain: hype or hot air?

Blockchain is not coming for our jobs, rather it’s adding yet another layer of complexity to our jobs. READ MORE
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Trusts and the tale of three households

Bill Shorten’s announcement to lob a 30 per cent tax on trust distributions shocked me. It speaks to either a lack of ...READ MORE
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The bigger picture of the fintech boom

Alternative lending is certainly on the rise in Australia, but it’s only a small part of the global fintech boom that ...READ MORE
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Moral hazards in member bodies

The recent controversy surrounding CPA Australia got me thinking, what would happen if CPA Australia, or any professiona...READ MORE
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Quantification of things and the 'Reporting Wars'

“If I see another reporting app, I’m going to kill myself,” Words uttered to me by a senior accounting executive a...READ MORE
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Innovation in the accounting sector

Friday October 30th: Halloween Eve (aka Devil’s night). A night when I should have been working on my Halloween costum...READ MORE
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Forget the cloud, let's talk about the competency crisis

There’s a lot of talk about the cloud, offshoring, automation and the death of compliance. We get it; the industry is ...READ MORE

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