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By Rita Chan
A reminder to keep your corporate affairs separate from your personal financial affairs. .
By Simon Cathro
Private funding, as an alternative to traditional lending, will continue to grow in the aftermath of the royal commission.
By Nikhil Khatri
Article defines and discusses illegal phoenix activity and the budget measures designed to combat it. .
By Michael Griffin
Article defines void transactions in bankruptcy and discusses the effect they have on creditors. .
By Kent Vuong
In this situation, a creditor seemed to inadvertently forfeit their ability to maximise the application of this defence!
By Nikhil Khatri
Advisors must remain vigilant, with advice from the right people, who are registered liquidators and bankruptcy trustees.
By Christopher Darin
"Unclaimed money" can result from people moving residences or changing employment and not updating their details.
By Chris Cook
These aspects must be implemented to effectively and proactively transfer a business from a sole trader to a company.
By Jason Bettles
The ATO has long held the power to also recover outstanding tax debts from third parties, via garnishee notices.
By Paul Burness
c Bankruptcy legislation tries to ensure that bankrupts can maintain a decent standard of living and earn an income.
By Morgan Lane
The CQ Leagues Club reopens - with new owners, new community initiative, and new lease on life as the Rocky Sports Club.
By Jody Ross
Directors need to know how critical it is to lodge and pay the company's employee superannuation obligations—on time.
By Paul Nogueira
This article looks at bankruptcy and which assets a bankruptcy trustee can realise or sell (i.e. divisible property).
By Nick Malanos
Bankruptcy does not often affect visa eligibility, but it is an issue if a person applies for entry via a business visa.
By Aaron Lucan
Total bankruptcies fell while popular bankruptcy alternatives, debt agreements and personal insolvency agreements, rose.