We’re now in the middle of winter and true to form, winter illnesses are surging. The chief, though by no means only, culprit is COVID-19; and like other COVID-19 spikes, it’s having a major impact on workplaces.
In this environment, businesses have to make tough decisions about how to operate sustainably while ensuring staff, clients and customers are kept safe.
Marissa Alley, CPA Australia’s Executive General Manager People and Culture, drops in to discuss how businesses and employees can navigate this difficult environment.
Host: Dr Jane Rennie, CPA Australia’s General Manager Media and Content
Accountants’ letters are used by some lenders to assess a borrower’s ability to service a loan before they’ll approve it, requiring an accountant to confirm that they’ve assessed the client’s ability to repay the loan. In this podcast, Keddie Waller, CPA Australia’s Head of Public Practice and Small and Medium Enterprises explores the reasons for their use and the associate risks for accountants and business. She also outlines CPA’s position on this issue.
In this week’s episode, Kristen Beadle, CPA Australia Manager Public Practice and SMEs discusses the state of Australia’s building industry including the increase in insolvencies.
This podcast explores what’s driving the current volatility in cryptocurrency markets and the importance of seeing a registered tax agent if you’ve disposed of crypto during the recent sell-off. Listen now.