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Robyn Jacobson is taking the mystery out of tax

For Fellow of CPA Australia Robyn Jacobson accounting isn’t just a profession, it’s a passion and a vocation that cuts across various aspects of life and work. Jacobson, who chairs the Victorian division of CPA Australia’s Public Practice Committee, has spent the last 22 years as a tax trainer, demystifying […]
Robyn Jacobson is taking the mystery out of tax
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The rise and rise of self-managed super funds

Perhaps atypically for an accountant, Peter Johnson began his career at The Royal Military College – Duntroon. “But I’d always wanted to be an accountant,” he says. So in 1990 he left the army to study full time. Around the same time, he and his wife started up their own […]
The rise and rise of self-managed super funds
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CPA Australia’s CEO, Alex Malley, is gone – with a $4.9 million payout

Alex Malley, the CEO of peak accountancy body CPA Australia, has had his contract terminated by the board, effective immediately. Malley, who came under criticism from members for his $1.8 million pay packet, will walk away with a $4.9 million payout. CPA Australia president and chairman Jim Dickson announced last […]
CPA Australia’s CEO, Alex Malley, is gone – with a $4.9 million payout
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CPA’s $1.8 million CEO is now facing an independent investigation

CPA Australia, under attack over the conduct of its CEO, Alex Malley, announced an independent review of the organisation to be headed by Sir Angus Houston, a former head of the Australian Defence Force. The professional body has been hit by a series of resignations of board directors and objections […]
CPA’s $1.8 million CEO is now facing an independent investigation