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  1. 2018 Budget: Does the economic vision match the societal one?

    Is NZ Budget visionary in an economic sense, as well as a societal one?...

    17/05/2018

  2. CA Catalyst Public Practice Stories: Embracing change to become strategic advisers

    Darren Dettling CA, Partner, Bendall and Cant Accountants, Auckland, highlights smart ways to adopt new technology for business growth...

    12/08/2019

  3. Changes are coming: Business TransformationRelease 4

    There are further changes and enhancements to Inland Revenues START system from April 2020. Many Inland Revenue functions will be offline between 9 and 16 April 2020 and members should be aware that...

    09/03/2020

  4. Guide on Australian Financial Services Licensing and Valuations Services

    This guide aims to help members providing valuation services that fall under APES 225 to determine if a particular engagement or assignment needs to be conducted under the AFSL...

    20/08/2021

  5. Irelands Apple Tax caseshining 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...

    16/09/2020

  6. Joint submission on IASB 2021-2 COVID 19 rent concessions

    Joint CA ANZ/ CPA submission supports extending the life of COVID 19 rent concessions relief in IFRS 16...

    03/02/2021

  7. Joint submission says consolidation accounting standards generally working well

    Joint submission provides feedback that IFRS 10,11 and 12 generally meet their objectives but more comprehensive examples would help application...

    11/05/2021

  8. Managing cultureA good practice guide

    This guide explores the foundational elements of a sound risk culture and sets out the roles of different players across the organisation, outlining how they can contribute to an effective culture...

    13/09/2022

  9. Pro-forma toolkit: Audit quality management - Small to medium sized firms

    A toolkit of audit quality management pro-forma policies and procedures, letters and checklists that can be tailored to the needs of small to medium firms in Australia and New Zealand...

    18/05/2022

  10. Reforming the use of special purpose reporting

    Member feedback on the AASB proposals to reform special purpose reporting...

    27/11/2019

  11. Submission on BoTs review of CGT roll-overs

    CA ANZ has lodged a submission on the Board of Taxations second consultation paper for its review of CGT roll-overs...

    04/03/2021

  12. Submission to the IAASB on assurance over extended external reporting (phase 2)

    Submission to the IAASB on assurance over extended external reporting (phase 2)...

    26/07/2020

  13. Superannuation and Financial Advice Legislation update 2023

    Superannuation and Financial Advice Legislation update 2023...

    18/01/2023

  14. A new way of working’ – ongoing tax implications of working from home

    Inland Revenue have issued a variation to determination EE002payments to employees for working from home costs during the COVID-19 pandemic...

    24/08/2020

  15. "Talk to my accountant": How to avoid becoming a victim of tax fraud

    Accountants are warning Australians to be on alert for tax scams as they work through their end of year tax returns this month. The ACCC reported Australians lost $851 million to scammers capitalising...

    04/07/2021

  16. 10 things to do now to take control of your 2019 taxes

    With the year nearly over, thinking about next years tax may be the last thing you want to do...

    13/02/2019

  17. 10 ways to stay afloat following record floodsCA ANZ checklist

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) today released a checklist for small businesses hit by the weather, many of whom are clients of Chartered Accountants across Australia...

    08/03/2022

  18. 12 per cent super: Right idea, wrong time

    The Federal Governments move to pause the super increase from 9.5 per cent to 12 per cent is not a backflip, nor a broken promiseits plain common sense...

    21/02/2021

  19. 2019 Summer Reading Guide

    As the year winds down, and our beach umbrellas come out, Chartered Accountants Australia New Zealand (CA ANZ) has given us the scoop on this years finance must-reads for 2019...

    13/02/2019

  20. 2020 Annual Report

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand is focused on building value for you so you can make a difference for your clients, organisations and the community in which you live and work...

    05/10/2020

  21. 2020-21 Pre budget submission

    CA ANZs pre-budget submission has prioritised key initiatives that focus on smarter regulation, and the sustainability of the superannuation/retirement and GST systems...

    17/12/2019

  22. 2021 Chartered Accountants IFRS Survey

    2021 Chartered Accountants IFRS Survey highlights importance of reporting sustainability and climate-related information...

    29/11/2021

  23. 2021 President Prize winner announced

    Christchurchs Lisa Mead CA has been awarded the 2021 Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand Presidents Prize...

    06/08/2021

  24. 2021 Valuation practice survey

    The 2021 CA ANZ Valuation Practice Survey asked Business Valuation Specialists for their views on the key trends affecting valuations. Here are insights it revealed...

    29/11/2021

  25. 2021-22 Pre-budget submission

    An opportunity for Australia to not only respond and recover from the pandemic, but to also reset and build a sustainable, productive and resilient economy...

    09/02/2021

  26. 2022 Annual General Meeting

    The Chartered Accountants ANZ 2022 Annual General Meeting (AGM) was on Friday, 28 October...

    31/10/2022

  27. 2022 ATO advice and guidance

    List of rulings, determinations, legislative instruments, practical compliance guidelines and other items released by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) since 1 January 2022 (excluding class rulings...

    22/01/2023

  28. 2022 Australian Federal Election

    CA ANZ outlines its policy priorities for the next Federal Government ahead of the election on 21 May...

    27/05/2022

  29. 2022 Chartered Accountants IFRS Survey

    Feedback from the CA ANZ IFRS survey gives voice to Chartered Accountantsviews...

    04/12/2022

  30. 2022 Climate Survey

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealands annual climate survey is back in 2022...

    22/05/2022

  31. 2022 New Zealand Charity Reporting Awards winners announced

    The Awards recognise excellence in charity reporting to help the sector continuously improve the quality of its reporting...

    26/04/2022

  32. 2022 Valuation Practice Survey insights

    Insights from this third CA ANZ Valuation Practice Survey identify the issues/challenges/trends which are arising in business valuations. The results of the survey will provide members, who work in...

    29/09/2022

  33. 36 CAs receive Fellowships on CA ANZ President's Asian and UK visit

    CA ANZ President Jane Stanton visited Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and the United Kingdom to recognise Chartered Accountants who are leading the way...

    19/07/2018

  34. 4 things CAs in public practice cant overlook

    Practical guidance on four key obligations for practitioners that may be overlooked, based on learnings from cases that have come before CA ANZ disciplinary bodies...

    01/05/2019

  35. 46th session of Parliament is almost over

    The Federal election is about to be called, whats the status of key 2022-23 Federal Budget announcements...

    04/04/2022

  36. 5 fundamental principles that govern every CA

    Practical guidance on how the fundamental principles of the Code of Ethics should guide accountantsbehaviour, based on learnings from cases that have come before CA ANZ disciplinary bodies...

    24/03/2019

  37. 5 tips for writing trophy-winning award nominations

    Discover how to craft a trophy-worthy award submission that both addresses the criteria and builds an impactful story...

    11/08/2022

  38. A busy tax year ahead

    From all the NZ Tax Team, happy new year, we hope everyone had a safe and happy holiday break. A new year, and a new decade is underway. It looks to be another busy year for tax. Internationally...

    05/02/2020

  39. A high bar for cheque exemptions

    Over recent months we shared our concerns with Inland Revenue in our submission on the December 2019 draft standard practice statement, “Tax paymentswhen received in time”, and in meetings, as well...

    09/03/2020

  40. A new disciplinary system is being proposed for financial advisers

    CA ANZ has been a regular contributor to government policy for financial advisers across many areas including Commissioner Hayne’s response to the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking...

    14/05/2021

  41. A price worth paying: A guide to encourage employers to invest in your CPD

    Through this helpful guide, we will provide some tips on how to approach your manager about discussing CPD and, more importantly, how to get your employer to cover the costs...

    15/12/2022

  42. A problem no government can ignore

    ATO changes to small business debt...

    16/07/2019

  43. A walk back in time: NSW Taxation Discussion Group celebrating 50 years

    Commencing in 1972, Taxation Discussion Group 2 of 72 remains as committed to improving the tax agenda as they did 50 years ago...

    16/08/2022

  44. About us

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) represents more than 134,420 financial professionals, supporting them to make a difference to the businesses, organisations and communities in...

    13/10/2022

  45. ACA entry requirements

    Academic requirements To qualify for entry to the ACA program you will need a completed bachelors degree from one of our accredited tertiary institutions, covering specific accounting and business...

    26/06/2019

  46. Academic integrity

    As a professional and a provisional Chartered Accountant, you are expected to follow the highest standards of academic integrity. This extends to all work you submit for the CA Program. This means you...

    04/08/2022

  47. Academic integrityExpectations are high

    You would be familiar with academic integrity principles from your time studying at university. In the CA Program, we take academic integrity seriously and expect you to act in line with the CA&...

    28/05/2021

  48. Accelerate your professional development with CA ANZ

    CA ANZ Education provides finance and accounting professionals with an opportunity to future proof their skill set, expand their knowledge, and maintain their difference...

    12/04/2022

  49. Accessing two VitalSource accounts simultaneously

    You may have more than one Wiley VitalSource account. You may have created an account using your CA Program details to access your Study guide and you may have also created an account in the past...

    20/08/2021

  50. Accountants again under pressure to implement Jobkeeper 2.0

    The release of the legislative rules for JobKeeper 2.0 yesterday highlights yet again the vital role accountants are playing during the COVID-19 emergency in helping Australians and businesses access...

    17/09/2020

  51. Accountants call for end of year tax certainty

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) welcomes the Governments decision to reinstate flexible end of financial year tax return dates for COVID affected taxpayers, saying that it...

    01/03/2022

  52. Accountants grateful but baffled by inequitable ASIC fee relief

    Australias professional accounting bodies are grateful for the temporary ASIC fee relief for financial advisers announced today by the Federal Government. However, we cant understand why other parts...

    30/08/2021

  53. Accountants on the economic update: “We need to work through the tears

    CA ANZ Australian Tax Leader Michael Croker said the Treasurer is right to describe the debt levels today aseye-watering’. “We need to work through the tears,” Croker said...

    22/07/2020

  54. Accountants respond to Jobkeeper 2.0 bill and turnover test

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) has welcomed the introduction of the Coronavirus Economic Response Package (Jobkeeper Payments) Amendment Bill 2020 into Federal Parliament...

    28/08/2020

  55. Accountants tell select committee to keep it simple

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (CA ANZ) took members of the Finance and Expenditure Committee on a deep dive into the complexities of the TaxationRemedial MattersBill on Monday...

    30/11/2021

  56. Accountants urged to act onuncomfortable numbers

    Adopting new ways of working can create a more inclusive and fair workplace, narrow the gender pay gap, attract talented professionals and provide an impetus to growth...

    13/02/2022

  57. Accountants welcome JobKeeper 2.0 but say more needs to be done

    Many businesses across Australia, but particularly in Victoria, will breathe a collective sigh of relief at Treasurer Josh Frydenbergs quick pivot on COVID-19 JobKeeper arrangements to apply from 28...

    11/08/2020

  58. Accountants: "Today's National Skills Commission list does not reflect reality"

    Chartered Accountants ANZ (CA ANZ) has today expressed concern with a report from the National Skills Commission which claims there is no labour market shortage of accountants in Australia...

    05/10/2022

  59. Accountantsexemption argument misses the real issue, says CA ANZ and CPA Australia

    CA ANZ and CPA Australia are calling for a wholesale review of the current financial advice frameworks to address regulatory complexity...

    19/09/2019

  60. Accounting bodies unite to promote mental health with small business

    The professional accounting bodies are taking up the gauntlet in unison to ensure their members are equipped to recognise and support their clients, employees and themselves in dealing with mental...

    08/11/2020

  61. Accounting degree incorporating CA qualification gives students a head start

    CA ANZ has partnered with the University of Western Australia to enable Master of Professional Accounting students to study the CA Program as part of their degree...

    25/02/2020

  62. Accounting for entitlements - casual employees

    In the wake of recent Federal Court judgements, this guide assists financial statement preparers in Australia to account for entitlements that may arise for regular and systematic casual employees...

    13/09/2020

  63. Accounting for Sustainability guides

    Access the Accounting for Sustainability (A4S) guides to assist accountants in finance teams address a range of sustainability issues including climate-related disclosures and sustainability...

    04/12/2022

  64. Accounting implications of natural disasters

    Information to assist businesses, their advisors and auditors when dealing with the accounting impacts of natural disasters...

    24/11/2019

  65. Accounting profession rallies to address gender pay gap

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand has launched a new playbook providing detailed resources and guidance to address the professions gender pay gap...

    13/02/2022

  66. Accounting Professional Year Program

    The Accounting Professional Year Program is approved by the Department of Home Affairs (formerly the Department of Immigration and Border Protection). It is available to overseas students who have an...

    14/12/2022

  67. Accounting Skill Assessment Criteria

    Full (permanent) skills assessment criteria: degree comparability – you must hold an Australian bachelor’s degree or 12 unit Australian master’s degree OR an overseas tertiary and/or...

    22/11/2022

  68. Accounting skills assessment criteria

    Skills assessment criteria Degree comparability - you must hold a qualification assessed by CA ANZ as equivalent to at least a New Zealand bachelor’s degree (NZQF level 7 or higher) with...

    30/10/2022

  69. Accounting Technicians Program

    Build the foundations Accounting Technicians (ATs) prepare and manage financial accounts across different areas of finance and business. Currently the designation is only available in New Zealand...

    15/12/2022

  70. ACSC encourages Australian organisations to urgently adopt an enhanced cyber security position

    The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has released an urgent alert for all ASIC-regulated entities...

    02/03/2022

  71. ACT Budget 2021-22 overview

    The ACT Budget focuses on investing in the Territorys public health response and economic recovery...

    08/10/2021

  72. ACT Budget 2022-23 Overview

    CA ANZs 2022-23 ACT State Budget overview of key announcements for CAs and their clients...

    03/08/2022

  73. ACT government message about COVID assistance

    On 23 September 2021 the ACT government send a message about COVID assistance that addresses a number of concerns...

    29/09/2021

  74. Action by SMEs is key to a more sustainable world

    Accountants in practice and finance teams in SMEs can play a leading role in the transformation the world needs...

    22/11/2021

  75. Acuity

    For innovative ideas, practices and a view to the future access the articles in Acuity online...

    16/01/2020

  76. Acuity articles

    Acuity provides fresh ideas, insight and foresight on matters of economics, business and finance...

    14/10/2019

  77. Adaptive mindset

    ‘Decision makers are too often caught in traditional, linear (and nondisruptive) thinking or too absorbed by immediate concerns to think strategically about the forces of disruption and...

    16/06/2022

  78. Addendum to the Engagement Letter Tool (Australia): Valuation Services

    A toolkit containing sample tailored engagement letter clauses for a valuation engagement conducted in accordance with APES 225, designed to be applied in conjunction with CA ANZ's Engagement Letter...

    20/08/2021

  79. Additional study supportCASM

    CASM workshops help you prepare for assessment tasks with confidence, provide you with additional resources, strategies and techniques, and give you further peer networking and support...

    31/05/2021

  80. Adelaide Discussion Group #1

    General discussion on current issues, with a particular focus on Tax, and topical guest speakers...

    07/09/2021

  81. Adelaide Discussion Group #2

    Discussion is directed towards partners in practice firms...

    06/09/2021

  82. Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu Peninsula Discussion Group

    A discussion group for accountants living and working in the Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu regions...

    06/09/2021

  83. Advertising and Sponsorships

    Partner with a trusted membership body Sponsor an event or advertise with us and gain exposure to a captive audience of business professionals. Our members are key decision-makers and influencers in...

    30/08/2021

  84. Advocacy

    Good public policy plays an important role in facilitating national prosperity. We advocate in the public interest on policy areas impacting our profession and the wider business community...

    08/02/2022

  85. Advocacy objectives and policy priorities

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealands advocacy objectives, policy priorities and positions...

    14/03/2022

  86. Advocate Mental Health Awareness

    Mental Health Awareness is a global event celebrated in Australia and New Zealand that aims to improve community awareness and promote better mental health and wellbeing for all...

    27/09/2022

  87. Affiliate membership

    Extend your influence To be a chartered firm, all practice principals and directors need to be a Chartered Accountant or hold Affiliate membership with us. Your newly appointed or existing directors...

    26/06/2019

  88. Affordable advice for consumers

    Affordable advice is key to reset for individuals and small businesses...

    14/01/2021

  89. Agilitythe new metric for business success

    New research by CA ANZ confirms that agile businesses are enjoying superior revenue growth...

    12/06/2018

  90. AI and the environmental impact on supply chains

    CA ANZ has launched a wide-ranging look at ethics, sustainability, and AI, based on more than 5,700 interviews with accountants and finance professionals around the world...

    17/11/2021

  91. Ainslie van Onselen

    Chief Executive Officer...

    13/12/2022

  92. Almost nine out of ten Aussie investors confident in audit quality

    87% of Australian retail investors are confident in the quality of audited financial information, according to a new survey from Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand...

    04/09/2019

  93. Alternative test for JobKeeper

    New Legislative Instrument on alternative test for JobKeeper to ease troubles establishing the required turnover decline...

    22/04/2020

  94. Alternative ways to determine JobKeeper payments

    The Commissioner of Taxation has provided alternative methods to determine an employees applicable JobKeeper payment rate where the 80-hour work test is not suitable...

    25/09/2020

  95. American Express

    .GridOne {} .grid { display:inline; float:left; width:200px; height:200px; margin-left:2px; margin-bottom:2px; } American Express can help you optimise your cash flow and grow your business. Enjoy an...

    25/07/2022

  96. Amir Ghandar FCA

    Assurance and Reporting Leader...

    28/01/2020

  97. AML exemption approved

    The Associate Minister of Justice has approved Chartered Accountants ANZs AML exemption application covering specific tax transfers...

    14/07/2022

  98. AML exemption cuts red tape off tax transfers

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand is delighted to announce that the Associate Minister of Justice has approved its anti-money laundering (AML) class exemption application, for certain...

    15/07/2022

  99. AML Phase II has Arrived. What does it mean for practicing accountants?

    A CA Catalyst article explaining the role of technology in streamlining implementation of policies and procedures necessary to ensure compliance with the AML/CFT Act in New Zealand...

    16/01/2019

  100. AML Phase II has Arrived. What does it mean for practicing accountants?

    New Zealand has a commendable reputation as a safe place to do business, however, it is important to continue to build upon that reputation...

    15/01/2019

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