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With so much going on, we recognise that students can be caught up in stressful environments and challenging situations. We aim to connect you to resources and information to help you navigate uncertain times, prioritising your own wellbeing and practicing self-care.

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  1. The future of work is here: Hybrid workplaces

    The future of work is now - and it’s giving employees the best of both worlds. Find out what a hybrid workplace means for you...

  2. Submission on draft PUB00305

    The draft interpretation statement explains the Commissioner’s view of the law on tax avoidance in New Zealand. Section BG 1 is the general anti-avoidance provision in the Income Tax Act 2007...

  3. Ireland’s Apple Tax case – shining a light on OECD developments

    While jurisdictions around the world are contemplating how to keep the revenue coffers in the black in light of COVID-19, Ireland recently celebrated a legal victory that meant they missed out on 13...

  4. Thriving during challenging times

    Read our student guide full of practical advice to help you adjusting and successfully overcome trying times...

  5. Tune in & de-stress: Top wellbeing podcasts picks

    Want to lift your spirits, learn something new or chase a goal? There’s something for everyone in these wellbeing podcasts!...

  6. Mindfulness: The simple practice that could help you manage stress

    Camille Woods CA, accounting academic and meditation teacher shares some mindfulness tips to help you handle stress better...

  7. Submission to request exercise of ATO Division 7A discretion under section 109Q

    The Joint bodies request the Commissioner exercise his Division 7A discretion under section 109Q and defer non essential information requests...

  8. Rahul Seth CA on changing the conversation around mental wellbeing

    CA and mental health advocate, Rahul Seth, shares his career journey and tips on how to start the conversation around mental health...

  9. ATO large private group’s tax gap: we need to do more on company tax

    The large private group tax gap released today by the ATO highlights the important contribution this segment of the taxpayer population makes, says Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA...

  10. The digital tax hunt bigger than Google

    Governments chasing revenue from digital giants may have more success by working together, says the OECD’s David Bradbury...

  11. Losing money to the black economy?

    Many see cash-in-hand business as a victimless crime, but the black economy is a problem for government and the community...

  12. Build your resilience: 5 ways to handle stress and anxiety

    Psychologist Snow Chen shares practical strategies to recognise and reduce stress, and build personal resilience...

  13. Small business tax avoiders costing Australians billions

    The ATO Small Business Tax Gap report released today highlights a $11.1 billion tax gap, almost two-thirds of this credited to black economy behaviour such as not declaring income, workers paid cash ‘...

  14. Top tips to keep your motivation levels high

    Make sure you don't lose your drive by following these energy-giving tips...

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If you or someone you know needs help during these challenging times, please contact:

In Australia

Beyond Blue

Beyond Blue provides information and support to help everyone in Australia achieve their best possible mental health, whatever their age and wherever they live. Reach out to Beyond Blue on 1300 224 636.

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Lifeline

A national charity providing all Australians experiencing a personal crisis with access to 24-hour support and suicide prevention services. Access crises support chat or call 13 11 14.

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In New Zealand

Lifeline Aotearoa

Lifeline Aotearoa’s helpline and textline provides 24/7, confidential support from qualified counsellors and trained volunteers. Call on 0800 543 354 or text ‘Help’ to 4357.

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Youthline

Established to ensure young people know where to get help and can access support when they need it. Reach out on 0800 376 633 and send a text on 234.

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