In the accounting industry – where staying up to date on the latest legislation, news, and industry trends is critical – it’s easy to breach copyright laws by inadvertently copying and sharing content without permission.
Most literary works are covered by copyright. If your Partners and employees copy and share text, tables, graphs or images that were created by others, they’ll usually need permission from the copyright owner to do so. This includes content such as:
Our Copyright Licence for Accounting Firms gives your Partners and employees the freedom to legally copy and share third party literary content, both internal to your organisation and with your clients. As we pay royalties to the creators whose works you reuse, you’ll foster the creation of new content which will benefit your firm in the future.
Specifically tailored to your industry, our Copyright Licence for Accounting Firms gives you the right to copy and share hard copy and digital content*, including:
Specialist Accounting publications from publishers such as Thomson Reuters and LexisNexis, and publications such as The Australian Tax Journal, Business News Weekly, and KPMG
Newspapers and magazines from around the world, including The Australian Financial Review and The Australian
Plus annotated case law, survey plans and maps, graphs, tables, research papers, market research data, competitive analysis and more.*
Enjoy a fast and unencumbered flow of information
One licence covers copyright material from millions of sources
All of your employees can legally reuse our members’ content*
Share articles for regulatory submissions, patent applications, and client updates
Create a culture that allows employees to share material freely