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By Stephen Hundy
The director was disqualified from managing corporations for three years, after his involvement in 18 failed companies.
By Philipp Stark
For repayment plans, ensure that you maintain current contact information and payment records to avoid overpayments.
By Scott Andersen
The Phoenix Hotline is where people can report suspected phoenix behaviour to the ATO, so it can pursue wrongdoers.
By James Robba
The ATO can use DPN provisions to force directors of a company to personally pay outstanding PAYG withholding and SGC.
By Andrew Worrell
This article discusses what happens when funds are lent to a company to pay employees, before a liquidation commences.
By Brendan Giles
Statistics show an ongoing trend of steady overall growth in personal insolvencies in Australia since June 2015.
By Nathan Deppeler
The PPSA may have succeeded in creating more uncertainty and difficulty than ever existed prior to its introduction.
By Morgan Lane
Property purchased by a life insurance policy is protected, if the purchase is made after the date of bankruptcy.
By Graeme Beattie
This amnesty for employers allows time for unpaid superannuation guarantee amounts to be brought up to date voluntarily.
By Chris Cook
Using credit repair and debt management firms may mean consumers pay high fees and not get the solution they're seeking.
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!