This podcast episode identifies the elements of the Australian economy under pressure and impacting the country’s road back to normal. Listen now.
This podcast episode helps accountants advise their SME clients in financial distress from challenges ranging from inflation to insolvency. Listen now.
In this podcast episode hear from Neale Blackwood CPA on the essential excel skills current and future accountants should know.
Social media can help you attract and keep customers, get customer feedback and retain loyalty. This podcast outlines the best place to get started.
In this episode of CPA Australia's With Interest, Dr Andrew Leigh provides insights into how the Australian Labor Party plans to engage with Australian businesses to deliver their economic plan, modernising fundraising laws, taxation issues and the important role of accountants.
In this episode we chat with the Deputy Registrar of the Australian Business Registry, Michelle Crosby, about how the Modernising Business Registry Program streamlines processes for directors.
See our resources for Modernising Business Registers here.
In this episode, we chat with the Minister for Employment, Workforce, Skills, Small and Family Business, Stuart Robert on all things small business, what we can expect from an election and the critical role of accountants in supporting small business.
In this special edition podcast, our experts unpack the key highlights from the federal budget 2022-23.You’ll hear the pros and cons of easing cost-of-living pressures with a mix of direct cash handouts and a reduction in fuel excise, the impact of the budget on small businesses, and if the upcoming election influenced the budget offerings.
In this episode, our experts discuss the results of CPA Australia's annual survey of small businesses in 11 markets across the Asia-Pacific region, including Australia. We share key takeaways and insights into the state of digital transformation, innovation and resilience of small businesses in the wake of the pandemic.
In this podcast episode you will learn how to create a date format on the formula cells to ensure they correctly display the calculated date.
As we can see with the recent floods in Queensland and New South Wales, small businesses are disproportionately impacted by natural disasters. CPA Australia has lodged a submission with the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman with key recommendations on how governments can assist small businesses to recover from natural disasters. You’ll also hear insights about ways in which the government and local communities can better support small businesses in managing and recovering from natural disasters.
In this episode, our experts discuss the adoption of digital financial reporting across the world. You’ll get insights into the current state of digital financial reporting in Australia and learnings from other countries that have adopted the technology to inform our transitioning from voluntary to mandated digital financial reporting.
In this episode, we discuss CPA Australia’s recommendations for tax reforms in the upcoming federal budget. We unpack the impact of inflation on lower to middle-income tax brackets, the compliance issues with fringe benefits tax (FBT) and a sustainable approach to GST tax. You’ll also hear our experts explain why we need to tax electrical vehicles. Listen now.
In this episode, we discuss whether support for business should be part of the federal budget in March. Some commentators say the time for government support has passed and we need to pay down the nation’s pandemic debt. Yet, CPA Australia says support is warranted and there are lots of non-financial ways to provide it.
As we inch closer to the tax season, our special guest Andrew Watson, Assistant Commissioner, ATO Small Business division, shares expert advice on the latest in tax including record keeping principles, tax gap, separating personal and businesses expenses, cashflow coaching and more.
In this podcast episode, you’ll hear the co-owner of Walkabout Lodge, Nhulunbuy, East Arnhem Land and Belinda Howie, FCPA, managing director of Northern Sky Accounting and Advisory talk about overcoming hardships and pivoting the restaurant business to adapt to COVID-19.
As we enter the third year of the pandemic, employers across Australia have once again had to backtrack on their reopening plans due to the spread of the Omicron variant. In this episode, we explore how employers can adapt to the rapidly changing rules and regulations around COVID-19, and the role of employers in the provision of RATs for employees, booster mandates, flexibility around sick leave, and creating a safe work environment.
As part of the Excel Yourself CPA Australia Podcast series, hear how If you create a formula and then realise it needs to handle errors, you need to insert the IFERROR function at the start of your formula.
In this week’s episode, our experts discuss the results of a recent CPA Australia survey of business and economic sentiment. Despite restrictions easing and a strong economic recovery, businesses are concerned about workforce shortages, increasing costs, supply difficulties and uncertainty about the management of future COVID-19 outbreaks.
In this podcast episode, join our experts as they discuss how a Sydney auditor and an audit firm’s failure to comply with auditing standards contributed to the collapse of Halifax Investment Services. You will hear why auditors are important gatekeepers within the wider financial reporting system.
In this week’s episode of COVID Chat, we’re joined by Peter Bourke, a senior talent acquisition lead with Accountancy Options. Peter gives us an insider’s perspective on current trends in accounting recruitment, his tips for employers and employees, as well as his predictions for 2022. Listen now.
In this podcast episode, you’ll get insights into the changing risk profile of accounting firms that cope with the impact of the pandemic on their day-to-day operations, and managing clients in financial difficulty.