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.
In this podcast, our special guest Tony Jackson from QBE Insurance Group shares his insights into the challenges posed by the pandemic on commercial insurance, including which sectors were hit hardest. You'll also hear about business interruption claims, a global upswing in insurance premiums and government subsidised insurance.
In this episode, we take a deep dive into the reasons driving inflation in Australia and across the globe and its potential impacts on consumer confidence, business and interest rates. We also share suggestions for businesses on managing the impact of inflation.
In this episode, Jacco Moison from the FMA talks with Claire Grayston FCPA about how well audit firms managed under the restrictions of COVID-19, the uptake of technology, how firms have responded to the key findings and examples of best practice.
On International Accounting Day we speak to three professional accountants operating in diverse sectors. In this episode, you will hear about the changing role of professional accountants in 2021. Our guests share how Covid-19 has expanded the role of an accountant to that of a trusted advisor, the importance of staying relevant in an age of automation and enhancing their complementary skills.
In this podcast, our special guest William Young CPA, Fund Manager, Mortgages, Real Estate Investment, Australian Unity talks about commercial property trends including a shift towards more floor space to build COVID-safe offices, landlords increasing incentives to attract and retain tenants, and the factors leading to strong demand and high prices in commercial property value. You'll also hear about the latest trends in the development of mixed-use offices and the rise of experiential retail.
As part of the Excel Yourself CPA Australia Podcast series, hear how the LET function offers useful solutions to tricky Excel challenges.
In this episode, we discuss tips to set up a COVID safe workplace, as well the different return-to-office plans being adopted by the Big 4 consulting firms and small-to-medium businesses including a 60/40 model, case by case remote working approach and performance-based work from home arrangements.
In this podcast episode we'll explore, with guests James Burt and Simon Smithers from Oracle why the generational shift to the cloud and adoption of software-as-a-service products by businesses is a move in the right direction.
In this episode we discuss developments involving the short cut method for claiming work-from-home expenses, registering multiple business categories under a single ABN and the impending start of the director ID regime, as well as our usual round-up of grant and roadmap changes in Australia.
In this episode, our special guest Catherine Dunlop, Partner at legal firm Maddocks, discusses workplace health and safety issues surrounding COVID-19. You’ll hear insights on whether employers can mandate vaccines, public health orders, dispute management between vaccinated and unvaccinated workers, and more.
In this episode, you’ll hear our experts discuss the workplace and employment issues of businesses reopening after a COVID-19 lockdown. You’ll also hear the latest announcements for business grants around Australia. Listen now.
In our Microsoft Excel podcast series, find out more about hyperlinked index sheets. Hyperlinked index sheets are useful tools for speeding up and simplifying navigation around large Excel files.
4 October 2021 | This episode outlines recent changes to business grants and the impact of tapering off businesses support, plus we have special guest Elinor Kasapidis, Senior Manager Tax Policy, explain the ATO’s position on tax lodgement deferrals, and provide an update on Single Touch Payroll Phase 2 reporting. Listen now.
2021 CPA Australia Congress speaker, UK executive Jonny Coombe, reveals how to developing ‘intrepreneurs’ in your business can drive innovation.
27 September 2021 | This episode gives you the latest developments for each state and territory, covering business support, grants, roadmaps out of lockdown, and more. Listen now.
In this career skills re-release episode, join our guests to learn how they have used accounting and finance skills to grow their careers in both accounting and other roles. You will also learn why, as you progress in your career, the ability to view financial information from different perspectives will help you make more holistic decisions.
Fighting cyber crime involves more smarts than money. In this podcast episode cyber experts show small business how to prepare for increasing attacks.
As finance professionals, we focus on financial well-being. In this podcast we'll explore how we can make incremental changes to improve overall health.
Listen to the latest Excel Yourself podcast episode to find out how using power query can help in your data transformation and data preparation in Microsoft Excel.
In this podcast, renowned collaboration expert Erica Dhawan discusses how even body language has gone digital and she reveals the new signals and cues that make or break trust, empathy and respect in the digital age.