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By Nikhil Khatri
Business owners should invest some time before Christmas in budgeting and forecasting major cash inflows and outflows.
By Brendan Giles
After four quarters of increases, September 2018 statistics saw a significant decline in personal insolvency activity.
By Jason Bettles
A bankrupt's property vests in (belongs to) the bankruptcy trustee, until the bankruptcy administration is finalised.
By Paul Nogueira
This article looks at which common debts are extinguished in a bankruptcy, and some which are specifically excluded.
By Ryan McIlveen
There are a number of issues to consider before a Deed of Assignment could be entered into by a registered liquidator.
By Aaron Lucan
Last-minute asset protection strategies are rarely effective, so consider asset protection from the start of a venture.
By Nikhil Khatri
Liquidators look for any 'unreasonable director-related transactions', which can reduce assets available to creditors.
By Paul Nogueira
A DIN will assist regulators and external administrators to investigate director involvement in illegal phoenix activity.
By Ivan Glavas
Investing in the property market is not without risk. Article provides 4 points that property investors should consider.
By Stephen Hundy
Article discusses the rights of landlords when their tenant becomes insolvent.
By Adam Ward
Private receivership appointments are still occurring, both by court appointment and non-bank secured creditors.
By Brendan Giles
It is expected that one-year bankruptcy could provide a compelling alternative to debt agreements for consumer debtors.
By Con Kokkinos
Employee fraud in small-to-medium businesses could be prevented at little or no cost to a vigilant business owner.
By Mervyn Kitay
These guidelines can assist a director to assess temporary liquidity or a permanent/incurable working capital shortage.
By Paul Burness
Recent legislative changes are the beginning of the end for automatic contract termination due to an insolvency event.