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Not-for-profits - is a merger right for you?

26 October 2018
Over the last couple of years, the not-for-profit industry has seen an increase in the number of merger opportunities.  For example, in the disability sector alone, the National Disability Services reported that 38 per cent of organisations are discussing merger options.

The future of general practice: cash flow, growth and innovation

19 October 2018
The future of general practice is truly at a crossroads, with many challenges but also a range of opportunities.

Medical and Healthcare Providers Targeted over Payroll Obligations

21 August 2018
Medical and healthcare providers are currently in the spotlight of the State Revenue Offices (SRO) around Australia regarding their payroll tax obligations.

Case Study - External audit services for property management

24 November 2017
RSM works with a global property manager  to provide external audit services to its property management team.

Case Study - External CFO services to large land development project

24 November 2017
RSM worked with a large property developer on a land development joint venture between Mirvac (listed) and VIP (private) which will develop 7,000 lots in Rockbank over a 15-20 year project lifespan.   It is the No.1 selling land development project in Australia currently.

Case Study - Investigating Accountant for Property Development and Residential Property

24 November 2017
RSM worked as Investigating Accountant reporting on the forecast financial information included with its fundraising disclosure documents in the residential property and property development industries.

Dealing with the “non-financial” spouse in Family Law matters

31 July 2017
With one in three Australian marriages ending in divorce and the median age of divorce being 45 for men and 43 for women¹, divorce is typically occurring during the prime wealth accumulation period of people’s lives.

AEMO report on the South Australian blackout

28 April 2017
On Tuesday 28 March 2017, the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) released its fourth and final report into South Australia's September blackout with the conclusion that overly sensitive settings in some wind farms resulted in the statewide blackout. It also found the intermittent nature of wind was not to blame for the statewide blackout.

Set your child care centre up for success by managing cash flow

8 February 2017
One of the most common questions that an accountant is asked from the child care sector  is, 'So I made $150,000 last year; why don't I have another $150,000 in my bank account?' The answer is negative cash flow... 

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