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How to begin your road to recovery

The roadmap to recovery is a tool designed to help you navigate challenging times and determine the future of your business. Watch our short three minute video designed to guide you through the four stages of the roadmap. View further resources to support you on the road to recovery.

Road to recovery podcast series

Join Mike Sewell FCPA in this three part podcast series as he discusses how businesses can respond, recover and re-imagine and re-invent from the COVID-19 lockdown. Listen now.

Podcast: Bernard Salt predicts staircase recovery

In this podcast episode, Bernard Salt provides an insight into the economic and social trends in Australia for the remainder of this year and beyond, and why he thinks the path ahead is a "staircase recovery", with the real issue being how to navigate it. Listen now.

Insolvency fact sheets

The impacts of COVID-19 have had an overwhelming impact on individuals, businesses and communities. We have created three fact sheets; the meaning of insolvency, options for clients in financial distress, and directors duties, insolvent trading and you designed to work together to help you and your clients in financial distress.

Tax Toolkit 2020: New resources released

We have recently released three checklists designed to help you prepare a 2020 Company tax return, 2020 Individual tax return and 2020 Trust tax return as part of our 2020 End of Year Member Resources Toolkit. View these resources and more.

Professional Indemnity Insurance - check that you're covered

Our new online tool makes it simpler to check that you have the right insurance coverage to participate in the Professional Standards Scheme. Get peace of mind, knowing that your business is protected. Find out more.



The message from the profession is a very loud and clear “Stay calm!” for CPAs and their clients who have received a stern letter from the ATO about SMSF diversification. Read this week's feature article “Don’t panic!”: ATO letter rattles SMSF trustees' to find out why you shouldn't be panicking.