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28/04/2017
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For the public good

By Marie-Claude Morin Energy, letter mail and liquor boards were set up as government monopolies for good reasons years ago. But are they now relics of an economic past that’s holding us back? Although some countries such as Australia have … Continue reading

28/04/2017
by GAA Accounting
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A practical look at AI

By Dwayne Bragonier Today’s AI provides a millennial with a smartphone in Sierra Leone, and a millionaire in Toronto with equal access to all of the world’s information. Everywhere we look there is evidence that artificial intelligence (AI) is here … Continue reading

14/12/2016
by GAA Accounting
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Risky business

By Lisa van de Geyn Operating in the underground economy might seem smart in the short term, but it creates a host of negative consequences for the economy, businesses and consumers. Few – if any – countries fared worse than … Continue reading

14/12/2016
by GAA Accounting
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Difficult decisions

By Lisa van de Geyn Sure, managers have to have them all the time, but no one actually likes them. Read on to find out how to have those tough chats with your employees. While few things are more rewarding … Continue reading

14/12/2016
by GAA Accounting
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Receipt, please.

By Peter Carter Is an all-cash deal really a deal? At first blush it’s a bargain, but when things go wrong and you don’t have proof of payment, that’s no deal. I like motorcycles. My wife, Helena, always enjoyed riding … Continue reading