Media Releases

View what we have to say about topics of interest to our members and the accounting profession.

  • ACCOUNTING PROFESSION SPEARHEADS ATTACK ON CORRUPTION

    The Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) as part of the global accounting profession is supporting the United Nation’s International Anti-Corruption activities which included a special awareness day on 9 December.

  • INQUIRY: IMPLICATIONS OF REMOVING REFUNDABLE FRANKING CREDITS

    A public hearing will be held in Melbourne next week by the House Economics Committee as it conducts an inquiry into the implications of removing refundable franking credits; an inquiry that has been welcomed by the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA).

  • ACCOUNTANTS MUST STAND TO ARREST MENTAL HEALTH TREND

    Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) chief executive officer, Andrew Conway, has delivered a moving and meaningful address to hundreds of delegates at the World Congress of Accountants in Sydney; the topic was that of mental health of small business.

  • BIG VISION FOR SMALL BUSINESS

    The Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) has shared its key advocacy drivers with hundreds of delegates attending the IPA national congress being held in Sydney.

  • ACCOUNTANTS MUST OWN THE TRUST MARKET

    Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) chief executive officer, Andrew Conway has told hundreds of delegates at the IPA annual national congress, that accountants must revitalise community trust in professions.

  • ENHANCING FINANCIAL LITERACY FOR BUSINESS VIABILITY

    Enhancing financial literacy skills amongst the small business sector will go a long way to ensure small business viability and growth, according to the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA).

  • BETTER FINANCE OPTIONS FOR SMALL BUSINESS

    While the Hayne Royal Commission may lead to tightening of lending, enhanced finance offerings for SMEs is a must, according to the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA).