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18 February 2020

Continuing its integrity focus on the Minimum Financial Requirements (MFR) reporting and the accounting profession, the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC) announced last week that 10 more accountants are no longer recognised as ‘Qualified Accountants’ for their purposes. This...

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13 February 2020

Following a series of concerns regarding practices within the industry, the incumbent Queensland Government developed the Queensland Building Plan and, as a part of their plan, commissioned a review into the security of payments to subcontractors in the industry. Here's what you need to know.

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12 February 2020

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has identified that AUSkey does not meet the future needs of most Australian businesses. For this reason, from 30 March 2020 AUSkey will be replaced with new authentication and authorisation services - myGovID and Relationship Authorisation Manager (RAM).

/en-au/insights/business-services/articles/is-your-business-ready-for-the-decommissioning-of-auskey
11 February 2020

The ongoing transformation of the management of Australia’s borders – integrity, prosperity and security

/en-au/insights/migration-services/articles/australias-immigration-programme
11 February 2020

Reserves and reserve policies play a vital role in the long-term financial stability and sustainability of charities.

/en-au/insights/not-for-profit/articles/should-charities-have-a-reserve
07 February 2020

With an unprecedented influx of charitable donations for the bushfires in Australia, Leah Russell shares key considerations for both charities and donors.

/en-au/insights/not-for-profit/articles/key-considerations-for-charities-when-distributing-donations-for-bushfires-in-australia
30 January 2020

APRA has proposed a series of significant changes to income protection insurance.

/en-au/insights/private-wealth/articles/incomeinsurancechanges
29 January 2020

Ever since the global financial crisis, the waters around Australia’s remuneration committees have grown choppy - public scrutiny abounds, not to mention lurking Royal Commissions.

/en-au/insights/advisory/articles/is-the-hype-around-executive-remuneration-warranted-part-1-bdo-remuneration-committee-series
29 January 2020

When the unexpected happens, businesses and individuals can face significant losses, including damage to physical property and business interruption (or loss of income) caused by the event.

/en-au/insights/forensic-services/articles/top-tips-for-filing-a-commercial-insurance-claim
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