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By Stuart Otway
Non-payment of debts by the taxpayer may result in liquidation or bankruptcy, once proceedings are issued by the ATO.
By James Koutsoukos
The DOCA provided a distribution to unsecured creditors, met all employee entitlements and paid out high-interest loans.
By Geoffrey Granger
BRI Ferrier assisted negotiations with purchasers and financiers which led to a mutually satisfactory resolution.
By Geoffrey Granger
How BRI Ferrier designed and implemented a restructuring strategy that saved construction company.
By James Koutsoukos
Management should prepare now for an increase in debt costs to avoid any negative impact on their business operations.
By David Coyne
Before trouble becomes a crisis, there are options available to minimise the risk of losing your farm and livelihood.
By BRI Ferrier
Discussion about discretion of court to extend time limitation under s588FF(3)(b) where it is fair & just in the circumstances.
By David Coyne
When the STP regime is in place, the ATO will have an accurate and up-to-date picture of each company's payroll status.
By John Keenan
Using a deed of company arrangement as part of a company restructure is a way to assist organisations to stay afloat.
By Stuart Otway
Bill proposes to reduce minimum term of bankruptcy to 1 year from date bankruptcy declared and Statement of Affairs lodged. .
By Stuart Otway
ATO is frequently using their powers to issue DPNs to directors who fail to comply with certain tax obligations. .
By BRI Ferrier
Divesting shares for no consideration under a DOCA does appear to be a drastic measure for a deed administrator to adopt.
By Peter Krejci
Retailers facing financial distress can use these safe harbour laws in a strategic turnaround plan for the business.
By Stuart Otway, Alan Scott
In order for a company under administration to continue operating, it is often necessary to arrange external funding.
By Stuart Otway, Alan Scott
Legislative changes impact the way that the liquidation process is conducted for both insolvent and solvent companies.