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Wealthy clients knock back robo-advice, study finds A new survey indicates that standalone robo-advice services do not typically attract high-net worth investors, despite what some market trends suggest.  Write c...
Clients' financial literacy helps super funds pounce: royal commission Counsel assisting Michael Hodge has said super fund members are “disadvantaged by a lack of financial literacy” and vulnerable to exploitation, flagging several conce...
Accountants tipped to benefit from competition boost The government’s proposal to give consumers the ability to direct their data to accredited third parties will encourage more competition in the banking and loans sector...
CPD failures, breaches prompt auditor disqualification A Queensland-based auditor has been dumped by ASIC after major independence failures and continuing professional development slip-ups. Write comment (0 Comments)...
Tax dodging sees accountant banned in $1.4m mess A NSW accountant has been barred from managing companies for the maximum period of time allowable, after a messy trail of failing to pay tax and creditors. Write ...
Pay gap up to $40k in Sydney accounting firms, study finds The gender pay gap has increased to almost $40,000 worse off for female accountants this year, according to a new survey of Sydney-based firms. Write comment (0 ...
Federal court places orders against dealer group owner The parent company of a licensing provider for accountants has received interim orders by the Federal Court, following proceeding by ASIC over concerns of its involvement...
Big four boss credits high-profile appointments, tax arm for FY18 results Growth in tax services coupled with some big name audit appointments is behind KPMG’s revenue spike, according to boss Gary Wingrove. Write comment (0 Comments...
BDO eyes big four territory with audit plans BDO will be looking to capitalise on the growth of its audit practice across its firms nationwide and is looking to disrupt the big four’s grip on global natural resour...
Reckon first-half results take a hit Reckon’s revenue dipped by six per cent in the first six months of 2018 year on year, hampered by the protracted acquisition deal with MYOB that eventually fell through...
Accountants’ exemption revival lobby in the works Accounting software boss, BGL’s Ron Lesh, is readying to lobby the government to reinstate the accountants’ exemption for SMSF advice services. Write comment ...
Pitcher Partners looks to advisory work to edge out big four firms Targeting 100 per cent organic growth over the next 12 months, Pitcher Partners will be looking to implement a long-term investment to grow its advisory space, as it hope...