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Philip King

AUTHOR|No. of Articles: 48

Philip King is editor of Accountants Daily and SMSF Adviser, the leading sources of news, insight, and educational content for professionals in the accounting and SMSF sectors.
Philip joined the titles in March 2022 and brings extensive experience from a variety of roles at The Australian national broadsheet daily, most recently as motoring editor. His background also takes in spells on diverse consumer and trade magazines.
You can email Philip on: [email protected]au 
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Xero to cut hundreds of jobs, close Waddle app

Global restructuring is essential to cut costs says freshly installed CEO. Read More

Repeal ‘perverse’ rules that put super at risk, Canberra told

Finance bodies warn taxpayers they may trigger huge penalties under non-arm’s length provisions and urge the governmen... Read More

Stress, pay and robo-accountants top deterrents to profession: ACCA

Global talent survey highlights the main trends and challenges facing staff and employers.  Read More

$1bn blow-out prompts review of MBR program

The Modernising Business Register project has been plagued by cost overruns, delays and failures, such as the director I... Read More

Be brave about advice reform, Canberra told

Accounting bodies welcomed the “bold recommendations” in the Quality of Advice Final Report yesterday and urged the ... Read More

CA ANZ students now qualify for fee assistance scheme

The body’s graduate diploma courses have been recognised under the Fee-Help program, which subsidises study loans. ... Read More

Guardian AIT decision leaves s100A questions hanging

Federal Court clears up doubts over reimbursement agreements but leaves a core question untouched. Read More

ASIC commissioner exits before end of term

Sean Hughes accepts a role in the private sector and departs next month. Read More

British expats ‘should act fast’ to maximise UK pension

Those past retirement age will miss out on this year’s increase but those still working can take advantage of concessi... Read More

Time for action on loan letters, professional bodies told

Members say their representatives should be doing more to prevent banks putting accountants on the spot. ... Read More

Loan letters a legal minefield, accountants warned

CA ANZ says members should resist pressure from clients and decline requests for finance letters. Read More
Lose trust and it’s a long way back, says CPA Australia

Lose trust and it’s a long way back, says CPA Australia

President says it has taken four years of hard work to recover from the Malley affair. Read More
Buyback law closes loophole ‘but franking credits here to stay’

Buyback law closes loophole ‘but franking credits here to stay’

Assistant Treasurer guarantees dividend imputation scheme but says off-market share buybacks exploit a loophole that mus... Read More
 Super balance cap would destabilise the system: TSA

Super balance cap would destabilise the system: TSA

Confidence is crucial for people when retirement planning, says the professional body, and would be unfair to those who ... Read More
ATO provides relief for resigned SMSF directors

ATO provides relief for resigned SMSF directors

Directors who have resigned prior to 1 December will no longer be required to obtain an ID under prospective tweaks to t... Read More


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