Australian Business Podcast
In Business with BDO is a new podcast series where our experts share insights and expertise on the top issues and topics impacting organisations, and finance-related issues affecting individuals. Our thought leaders across business, advisory, tax and audit delve into strategy, innovation, regulation, ideas and trends to give you the edge.
You can listen to our podcast on the audio player below or subscribe on the following platforms: Apple, Spotify, Google, iHeart Radio, Castbox, Overcast, Castro, Stitcher.
In our first episode, BDO’s National Leader for Superannuation, Paul Rafton, and BDO Self-Managed Super Fund expert, Shirley Schaefer, address how to control what happens to your assets when you die. As we contend with contemporary asset structures like superannuation, and family groups growing increasingly diverse, in 2020 it takes more than just a Will to get your affairs securely in order.
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Episode 2: How culture impacts business (coming soon...)
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