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[ad_1] Today’s Morning Brief is brought to you by Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada. Contributing to the dialogue with government, parliamentarians and other stakeholders on topics such as tax policy, climate action, anti-money laundering and data governance. Find out more at cpacanada.ca/policyadvocacy. Happy Friday Jr., readers. The federal...

[ad_1] A former high-level Credit Suisse executive said she was terminated after refusing to mislead auditors scrutinizing a joint venture between the bank and the big-data firm Palantir Technologies, according to filings in a federal administrative action obtained via FOIA by NBC News.Colleen Graham, a...

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[ad_1] The certified public accounting firm of Adams, Brown, Beran & Ball, Chartered recently announced the addition of Marissa Lambert to their professional team. Lambert joins the firm’s Hays office as a staff accountant Jonathan Cartu. A professional in the field since 2013, she previously served...

[ad_1] Share Tweet Share Share Share Print Email Telleroo, a U.K.-based FinTech specializing in facilitating payments for small business accountancy firms, is partnering with BIN (bank account identification number) sponsor Moorwand to further streamline the payments experience for accountants and bookkeepers.In a press release...

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[ad_1] In the budget, Frydenberg made clear what he  — and Treasury and the Reserve Bank — believed would come of the tax offset.Where has the money gone?Credit: Supplied"This tax relief will lift household incomes, ease cost of living pressures and boost spending at local...

[ad_1] HONOLULU (AP) — A financial review of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs has found $7.8 million worth of potentially fraudulent, wasteful and abusive transactions, officials said.The independent audit by national accounting firm CliftonLarsonAllen covers the period from 2012 to 2016, The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported...