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The cash flow endemic that’s taking a toll on accountants & bookkeepers

95% of accountants and bookkeepers experience late payments, with client invoices that are past their due date on average 31 days overdue**

This coupled with the out-of-scope work that close to 40% of accountants and bookkeepers never bill, is taking a heavy toll on practices cash flow.

Thur, 24 Nov  |  11am AEDT

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About the session

Join our expert guest speakers Nadja Harris—Policy Director at the Tax Practitioners Board—Rebecca Mihalic—Director at Business DEPOT—and Julie Harris—Head of Research AU, YouGov—as they discuss the reasons behind this cashflow endemic and the effect it is having on practices and their teams.

Register for this free CPD-eligible session to learn:

spark-orange_sRGB What are the causes of this cash flow endemic.

spark-orange_sRGB What’s the impact it’s having on practices and their teams.

spark-orange_sRGB What are the main barriers accountants and bookkeepers face when trying to address the issue.

spark-orange_sRGB What are the top strategies to counter this.

spark-orange_sRGB How technology can help.

spark-orange_sRGB  Panelists

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Nadja Harris
Policy Director, Tax Practitioners Board



Julie Harris
Head of Research, AU at YouGov



Rebecca Mihalic CA
Director at BusinessDEPOT



David New
Head of Region APAC, at Ignition

The cash flow endemic that’s taking a toll on accountants & bookkeepers


* *Ignition, 2022 State of client engagement in Australia. © 2022 by Ignition. 

*Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer. Available only to new customers who sign up to any of our Professional or Scale monthly plans by November 30, 2022.

Conditions for CPD points

CAANZ members may claim webinar attendance as CPD hours if personally satisfied it is professionally relevant and meets the CPD requirements set out in the CR 7 Continuing Professional Development requirements for CAANZ.

CPA Australia members may manually record webinar attendance in their CPD Diary if the activity increased knowledge or skills in relation to the member's job role or career aspiration.

IPA Members can enter their attendance to the webinar as structured CPD activity.

The Tax Institute members can record the webinar attendance as structured CPD if it is relevant to their role.
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