Submissions to a Parliamentary inuiry into tax disputes between taxpayers and the ATO have called for a separate area within the ATO dealing with appeals, Read more…
There is a growing global push, reflected in Australia as well, for companies and corporate groups (especially the larger ones) to be more transparent about Read more…
A personality clash can be even more detrimental in a smaller firm than a large organisation. How can you ensure you’re hiring the right people to help grow your business? Is there a magic formula beyond just trusting your gut?
In the process of building a tax or accounting practice, it can be easy to lose sight of the customers who help you grow. Here are 10 ways to attract new customers and keep your existing ones happy.
Accountants leaving university are more globally connected, tech savvy and ambitious than ever before. They’re also much happier to job hop until they find the ideal position than in previous generations.
What if you could attract the right kind of clients – and keep them coming back? Find out how by following these 10 simple steps to creating your firm’s unique selling point.
While time-based billing systems are as old as time itself, breaking from tradition doesn’t need be hard. Here are some ways to help shift your business from time-based to fixed-fee billing – without losing your sanity.
As an accountant, your clients trust you to provide a range of accurate and astute accounting advice. But as you develop a deeper knowledge of their business and financial position, are you missing opportunities by not providing advice in these areas too?
When you’re running a busy accounting firm, non-billable activities often take a back seat. But if you’re looking to grow your firm, enhance your reputation and stand out from your competition, you need to spend some time building your brand.
The Federal Court has recently held that an SMSF trustee was merely an unsecured creditor in relation to a commercial loan to a company after Read more…