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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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Commissioner’s remedial power ‘underused, invisible’

Complex tax law throws up unintended consequences but few people know about the power devised to solve the problem, the ... READ MORE

How the Closing Loopholes Bill changes the employment landscape

Small businesses need to assess the impact of stronger worker protections and a more regulated environment. READ MORE

Why stormy economic weather makes financial forecasting vital

Accountants can offer insights about the long-term prospects for a business that help it overcome risks. READ MORE

Why early access to super should be a last resort

If you meet the strict criteria to draw on funds meant for retirement, make sure you understand the long-term consequenc ... READ MORE

10 ways to keep cash coming in over the holidays

A range of pre-emptive measures can smooth out revenue during the slowdown after Christmas. READ MORE

Why it’s time for accountants to raise their prices

How do you calculate your worth? Success relies on creating – and communicating – a strategy to make sure your price ... READ MORE

How TASA changes could prove problematic

Enhanced reporting requirements over breaches of the code and disqualified entities add to compliance requirements. ... READ MORE

Two men get 8 years’ jail for $40m gold bullion fraud

An ATO-led investigation uncovered false claims for GST credits in a gold recycling scheme. READ MORE

ATO should find admin fix to ‘invisible’ debts-on-hold: IGTO

The tax ombudsman urges the office to examine the rules around payment plans where obligations are trivial, old or trigg ... READ MORE