YOU HAVE WITHDRAWN YOUR SUPERANNUATION EARLY DUE TO COVID… WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW WHEN IT COMES TO BANKRUPTCY

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YOU HAVE WITHDRAWN YOUR SUPERANNUATION EARLY DUE TO COVID… WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW WHEN IT COMES TO BANKRUPTCY

by Clare Corrigan17.09.20

The Government announced on 25 March 2020 measures to enable eligible individuals the ability to apply and receive tax-free early release of funds from their superannuation.
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HOW TO HELP SOMEONE ELSE IN DEBT

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HOW TO HELP SOMEONE ELSE IN DEBT

by Clare Corrigan17.09.20

Seeing a friend in debt is hard, but helping them work their way through is the best thing you can do.
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WHAT DOES INSOLVENCY (OR BANKRUPTCY) MEAN TO TRADIES

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WHAT DOES INSOLVENCY (OR BANKRUPTCY) MEAN TO TRADIES

by Clare Corrigan16.09.20

Being a tradie or a sole director of your business can offer positives, but there are many things you should be aware of.
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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE NATIONAL PERSONAL INSOLVENCY INDEX (“NPII”)

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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE NATIONAL PERSONAL INSOLVENCY INDEX (“NPII”)

by Clare Corrigan15.09.20

One of the most frequent questions asked about bankruptcy is “who will, or can, find out about my bankruptcy?”.
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10 WAYS TO REDUCE OR ELIMINATE DEBT

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10 WAYS TO REDUCE OR ELIMINATE DEBT

by Jeff Shute04.09.20

Debt is a huge thing to have hanging over your head, reducing or eliminating it can be a daunting task, however with these simple steps you can tackle it one piece at a time.
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ARE CASUAL ENTITLEMENT CLAIMS THE NEXT BIG BLOW FOR SMES?

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ARE CASUAL ENTITLEMENT CLAIMS THE NEXT BIG BLOW FOR SMES?

by Jeff Shute03.09.20

If the pandemic is a king-hit for many Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), possible back-payment of leave entitlements to casual employees could be the final blow.
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TAX RETURNS AND BANKRUPTCY

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TAX RETURNS AND BANKRUPTCY

by Clare Corrigan12.08.20

The end of financial year can be a stressful and confusing time, which might be increased because of bankruptcy obligations.
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CAN I USE MY SUPERANNUATION TO GET OUT OF DEBT

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CAN I USE MY SUPERANNUATION TO GET OUT OF DEBT

by Clare Corrigan04.08.20

Over the last few months, in the wake of financial hardship and concern during the pandemic and subsequent strain on employment and business, the subject of superannuation access has come up a lot.
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WHAT HAPPENS TO MY PARTNER IF I GO BANKRUPT?

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WHAT HAPPENS TO MY PARTNER IF I GO BANKRUPT?

by Clare Corrigan04.08.20

When we enter into a personal partnership comes an amount of responsibility for the other person in terms of the financial situation they bring to the table.
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WHAT HAPPENS IF I CAN’T PAY MY CREDIT CARD BILLS?

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WHAT HAPPENS IF I CAN’T PAY MY CREDIT CARD BILLS?

by Clare Corrigan04.08.20

Opting in for a credit card can be a hit and miss experience. It can also become a slippery slope if you haven’t chosen a lender and card that adequately suits your financial situation.
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WHAT DO YOU DO IF YOU ARE STRUGGLING TO PAY A CREDIT CARD DEBT?

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WHAT DO YOU DO IF YOU ARE STRUGGLING TO PAY A CREDIT CARD DEBT?

by Clare Corrigan04.08.20

Living beyond what you can afford to pay back is not simply a case of splurging on expensive things. So, what do you do if you’re struggling with credit card debt?
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SHAREHOLDER AGREEMENTS TAKE THE ROMANCE OUT OF THE RELATIONSHIP. AND THAT’S A GOOD THING.

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SHAREHOLDER AGREEMENTS TAKE THE ROMANCE OUT OF THE RELATIONSHIP. AND THAT’S A GOOD THING.

by Paul Gidley30.06.20

The closer the relationship, the harder it hurts when things fall apart. This is equally true in romantic and business relationships.It’s a common story.
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