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New standards tipped to downplay traditional educators The federal government’s education plans for financial advisers and licensed accountants are becoming clearer, and will encompass downplaying the traditional role of v...
1,000+ tax agents set for CPD audit Tax agents will soon have their continuing professional development (CPD) records reviewed by the Tax Practitioners Board, as part of a broader assessment of mandatory ed...
Walker Wayland puts ‘time and money’ into live benchmarking Firms within the Walker Wayland network have adopted live benchmarking against each other as it seeks to leverage data to improve internal and client engagement practices...
CPA ‘vanity project’ spotlights accountant, licensee frictions The long-predicted fall of CPA Advice provides vital learnings for accountants who are looking to become authorised under an AFSL, and points to the continued cultural c...
CPAs scramble as 90-day notice period, education deadlines loom Authorised representatives of the fallen CPA Advice have just months to find a new dealer group, or they risk not complying with federal government’s incoming education...
CPA Australia shuts down licensing arm CPA Australia has this afternoon announced the closure of its licensing arm, CPA Australia Advice. Write comment (9 Comments) ...
Submissions closing soon for annual awards program Submissions for the annual and only SMSF Accounting Awards are closing soon, with only days left to nominate yourself or an outstanding professional. Write commen...
Accountants told to speak up as tax pain points up for review The Board of Taxation has released details of its roundtable meetings for its small business tax concessions review, with tax professionals encouraged to participate and ...
Association offers different take on survey results A survey ranking accountants on the average scale for ethics and honesty should not detract from the role and work they play in their clients’ lives, says one associati...
Accountants set to benefit from industry education shake-up With incoming education standards for advisers expected to see a large group of professionals depart the advice industry and temporarily limit new entrants, licensed acco...
Details of exam for advice-giving accountants released Guidance about a compulsory exam for accountants who wish to continue or start giving financial advice has been released for consultation. Write comment (1 Comme...
Student outrage sees CA timetable changed to 2019 Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand has fixed timetabling issues which prevented on-time completion for students this year, but the structure beyond next year...