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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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The year cyber chickens came home to roost

A national strategy to head off hacking should hit its stride this year, but digital security looks certain to remain to ... READ MORE

Workers accrue record 200 million days of annual leave

Travel restrictions during the pandemic and an expanding workforce add up to a bigger holiday bank than ever, Roy Morgan ... READ MORE

When accountants get a seat at the family table

Like lawyers, there are many times when financial experts become key in family matters. READ MORE

Insolvency data reveals ‘COVID lag’ impact on SMEs

ASIC says its FY23 statistics show many small businesses, particularly in construction, failed to recover from the pande ... READ MORE

Former liquidator pleads guilty to siphoning $2.5m

The administrator of five troubled companies transferred money to his business and for personal use, court hears. ... READ MORE

St Vincent’s back pays staff $4.4m after ‘payroll errors’

The health business self-reported to the FWO after discovering underpayments to around 2,700 staff. READ MORE

AFP distributes decryption key to thwart Russian cyber crims

Ransomware group BlackCat has targeted dozens of local operations but the FBI came up with a fix, the AFP says. READ MORE

More questions than answers in code of conduct revisions

In the second part of her review of the year, Robyn Jacobson looks at state taxes, MYEFO, and the changing rules on prof ... READ MORE

Why 2023 was a year of living taxingly

In the first of a two-part series, Robyn Jacobson looks at some of the sweeping changes and landmark decisions. READ MORE