There is a global push for businesses to increase the disclosures of the environmental risks their operations pose. With the new draft of International Sustainability Standards Board (ISSB) standards recently released, we discuss the Board’s approach and how it might compel businesses to disclose their sustainability practices, or lack thereof, to the public.
When creating a line chart in Excel, you may need to insert a vertical line to mark something on the chart. Listen to this podcast episode to learn how to do it.
Until recently, Buy Now Pay Later services have flown under the radar in terms of regulation. They have not typically been considered “credit” and so have been exempted from laws that apply to credit cards and personal loans.
But with this space worth A$14.3 billion to Australia’s GDP in the most-recent financial year ̶ and with user debt also a concern ̶ should there be more regulatory scrutiny on this booming micro-credit industry?
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.
In our ongoing Excel Yourself podcast series, learn how to do dynamic arrays in Microsoft Excel with host Neale Blackwood CPA.
Having multiple employers has tax consequences. The ATO explains what work-related expenses can and can’t be claimed on your tax return claims.
Australians invest in many assets – rental properties, crypto currency, NFTs – and tax mistakes are not uncommon. Here's common sense advice from the ATO.
This podcast outlines what tax claims tradies can make in 2022 and answers the question: are bacon and egg rolls a work-related expense? Listen now.
This podcast outlines what tax claims and tax deductions can be made in 2022 and finally answers the question: are Tim Tams a work-related expense?
In this episode learn how Excel's new functions continue to extend and expand both the power and versatility of Excel's formula capability.
This podcast dives into the super changes, what business and accountants need to do, and the impacts of abolishing the minimum threshold for super guarantee payments
This podcast explores what decentralized finance is and how it affects the finance industry. Learn about MINER tokens, stablecoins and more. Listen now.
This podcast episode discusses CPA Australia’s analysis of the 2022 Federal Election and what members can expect from the new government. Listen now.
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.