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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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How to cope with the triple threat of 2024

Too much work, too few people and too little tech? Here are some keys to the trends shaping next year. READ MORE

Healthcare, public admin firms ‘fail at double rate of last year’

CreditorWatch data shows private companies operating in sectors with government involvement are going broke the quickest ... READ MORE

Regional SMEs ‘fret over financial health, inflation’

A “yawning financial gap” has opened up between metro small businesses and their country cousins, survey finds. ... READ MORE

$3m super tax ‘will be devastating to farmers’

The SMSFA says claims by big super that just one in 100 funds have farm income fails to reflect reality. READ MORE

Migration strategy aims to fix ‘broken system’

A core list of occupations in demand combined with a new visa would help bring in the arrivals the nation needs, Home Af ... READ MORE

Cairns woman gets 3 years’ jail for $283k GST fraud

Deborah Martin pleaded guilty to filing fraudulent BAS in the latest win for the ATO’s Operation Protego. READ MORE

Code of conduct aims to tighten ethical standards

Draft provisions from the Assistant Treasurer include measures on integrity, conflicts of interest and confidentiality. ... READ MORE

Late payments threaten 4 in 5 businesses: CreditorWatch

Holiday period looms as critical for companies already facing a slowdown, survey finds. READ MORE

Director cops 1.5-year ban for failed companies owing $9.5m

Four businesses in the food services sector collapsed at the tail end of the pandemic. READ MORE