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Aidan Curtis

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Matthew Green

Cyber security vital for working from home, says mid-tier

Accountants have been urged to educate staff on cyber security as the country moves towards remote working amid coronavi ... READ MORE
Timothy Munro

Accountants urged to ‘look after themselves’

Accountants need to look after their own businesses before taking care of their clients during the developing coronaviru ... READ MORE
Timothy Munro

‘Accountants, this is our time to shine’

Tax advice will be vital for small-business clients as they look to wade through a period of economic uncertainty, says ... READ MORE
Sarah Parker

‘Not an excuse’: 50% of businesses fail on basic compliance

Nearly half of all businesses audited by Fair Work failed to keep up with the basics of workplace law compliance, includ ... READ MORE

Big four deepens sustainability play through acquisition

KPMG will expand its sustainability services with the acquisition of a boutique consultancy firm. ... READ MORE

Accounting firms are ‘prime targets’, says cyber security firm

Accountants have been warned to maintain “good cyber hygiene” as the industry increasingly moves towards digital ser ... READ MORE
County Court of Victoria

Melbourne accountant convicted for false, misleading invoices

A Melbourne accountant has avoided jail over two counts of authorising false or misleading invoices under the Corporatio ... READ MORE
Tim Follet

Mid-tier appoints new audit partner

A mid-tier firm has appointed a new audit partner in its Brisbane office as it looks to build on its period of “strong ... READ MORE
small business

$776bn in outstanding invoices bogs SMEs down

Small businesses in Australia can have nearly a third of their revenue tied up thanks to late payment times, according t ... READ MORE