TAX RETURNS AND BANKRUPTCY

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TAX RETURNS AND BANKRUPTCY

by Shaw Gidley12.08.20

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?

by Shaw Gidley04.08.20

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?

by Shaw Gidley04.08.20

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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 20Julcred

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

by Shaw Gidley04.08.20

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?

by Shaw Gidley04.08.20

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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FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF COVID – CONTINUED

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FINANCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF COVID – CONTINUED

by Shaw Gidley19.06.20

The Government’s financial stimulus and moratoriums on bankruptcy and liquidation proceedings have effectively stalled the effects of the pandemic, however this is likely to change.
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COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS ARE STARTING TO EASE, WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR ME AND MY BUSINESS?

by Paul Gidley10.06.20

Here are the new isolation and distancing rules, and the rules that remain in place, to ensure your business aligns with effectively moving beyond COVID-19.
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CHANGES TO AUSTRALIAN INSOLVENCY LAWS DURING COVID-19 (AND WHAT THEY MEAN TO YOU)

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CHANGES TO AUSTRALIAN INSOLVENCY LAWS DURING COVID-19 (AND WHAT THEY MEAN TO YOU)

by Paul Gidley10.06.20

Businesses have had to find their footing with little time to establish re-navigation strategies and contingency plans. With that, the Government recently implemented temporary changes.
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WHEN SELLING ASSETS IS A PITFALL, NOT A PLAN, FOR SME SURVIVAL

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WHEN SELLING ASSETS IS A PITFALL, NOT A PLAN, FOR SME SURVIVAL

by Paul Gidley27.05.20

We understand the temptation. In the Covid19 fallout, small and medium enterprise (SME) directors may start selling off company property for a cash injection, perhaps to pay a liability.
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4 WAYS TO DEFEND AGAINST UNFAIR PREFERENCE CLAIMS

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4 WAYS TO DEFEND AGAINST UNFAIR PREFERENCE CLAIMS

by Jeff Shute15.05.20

However, there are ways to fight the claim so that you aren’t left further out of pocket.
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COURT CASE MAY SIGNAL NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR POST-COVID BUSINESS RESCUES

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COURT CASE MAY SIGNAL NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR POST-COVID BUSINESS RESCUES

by Scott Newton29.04.20

In an era where the unthinkable has become unremarkable, a recent judgement in the Federal Court of Australia may become a template for Voluntary Administrations in the time of COVID-19.
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