Are you ready to fly solo?
Think you're ready to run your own practice? Here's what to do before taking the plunge.
ATO modifies its stance on access to deceased’s taxes
Why the ATO is amending a change it initiated with regards to the disclosure of a deceased person’s pre-death tax affairs.
NZ determined to stamp out rogue insolvency practitioners
Fed up with so-called “debtor-friendly” liquidators failing to protect the interests of creditors and undermining public trust, New Zealand has taken considered but far-reaching legislative action to eradicate the problem.
Quality reviews: Don’t fear them, embrace them
The prospect of a formal quality review can seem intimidating, but the process is specifically designed to improve the health of a practice and to better protect clients. Here's what you can do to prepare for one.
Time ticks towards myGovID
What practitioners need to know about an imminent change to logging into the Australian Taxation Office.
CPA Australia weighs in on aged care abuse
In wake of what has been branded a “shocking tale of neglect” of the elderly, CPA Australia has thrown its weight behind finding a solution to Australia’s increasingly maligned aged care sector.
Audit guide sets context for inquiry
Auditors are under the microscope, but is a wholesale overhaul of the profession necessary?
Key dates and reminders
Saturday 21 March
Lodge and pay February 2020 monthly business activity statement.
Saturday 28 March
GST returns and payments due.
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