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Philip King

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Philip King is editor of Accountants Daily and SMSF Adviser, the leading sources of news, insight, and educational content for professionals in the accounting and SMSF sectors.

Philip joined the titles in March 2022 and brings extensive experience from a variety of roles at The Australian national broadsheet daily, most recently as motoring editor. His background also takes in spells on diverse consumer and trade magazines.

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Arabon Accountants

Accountants battle in flood frontline to keep businesses afloat

Retailers, hospitality and hundreds of other SMEs turn to their accountants to help them navigate the natural disaster. ... READ MORE

COVID compliance holiday coming to an end, says ATO

During the pandemic the ATO pressed pause on its usual regime, but it’s slowly returning to business as usual. ... READ MORE
ATO warns of crypto crackdown

ATO warns of crypto crackdown

Cryptocurrency is catching on fast in Australia and accountants need to be alert to the tax implications, says the ATO. ... READ MORE
ATO 100A

Accountants give ATO 100A draft the thumbs down

Emotions are running hot about the ATO’s latest draft rulings – and it is overwhelmingly negative. READ MORE
Shaye Thyer

Tips for keeping on top during 2022

As we slowly return to normality, Shaye Thyer of Intuit QuickBooks identifies some trends and offers a few tips for acc ... READ MORE
ATO focuses on dodgy work-from-home claims

ATO focuses on dodgy work-from-home claims

As the May tax deadline looms, Sylvia Gallagher of the ATO focuses on a few common errors and highlights some work-from- ... READ MORE
ATO warns of looming FBT deadline

ATO warns of looming FBT deadline

The ATO has alerted tax agents to its 31 March deadline for the assessment of fringe benefits tax. READ MORE
ATO leaning too heavily on accountants

ATO leaning too heavily on accountants, says CPA

The ATO is relying too heavily on the goodwill of accountants to implement change without enough thought about the impac ... READ MORE