Becoming a public practitioner allows you to take control of your career and become a successful business owner.
Once you have obtained your public practice certificate, there are many considerations when setting up your practice such as purchasing a practice; identifying the most appropriate structure; and staffing decision-making. In addition, understanding your obligations is essential to enable you to provide the services you wish to offer.
These location-specific resources assist you in setting up your practice and identifying the appropriate criteria you need to meet, from licence and registration requirements to taxation law and other business obligations.
If you are working in public practice in Australia, these resources provide guidance on Australian structures, licensing and registration requirements.
If you are working in public practice in New Zealand, these resources provide guidance on New Zealand structures, licensing and registration requirements.
An introduction and overview of the requirements to practise as an accountant in Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore.
Register now for complimentary webinars to assist you in meeting your compliance obligations and maintain your practice risk management.
CPA Australia is collaborating with other professional bodies to present a united front to government to advocate for regulatory reform. Read the Regulatory Burden Report and find out about the proposed regulatory reform recommendations.
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