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    ncs_collector

  • Date

    20th February 2018

  • 2 Minute Read

More than 20 per cent of liquidations could involve illegal phoenix activity according to confidential Australian Tax Office (ATO) data divulged this week by Minister for Financial Services Kelly O’Dwyer, who also laid bare the inadequacy of efforts to curb the practice and eradicate complicit liquidators during a speech to Parliament on Wednesday.

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NCS Blog
  • Latest News, Debt Collection Home

  • Date

    29th January 2018

Employers who deny their employees their superannuation entitlements face up to a year in jail under legislation drafted by the Federal Government.[...]

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NCS Blog
  • Latest News, Debt Collection Home

  • Date

    20th January 2018

CreditorWatch posted in mid-January about new reporting powers of the ATO under draft legislation released by Minister for Revenue and Financial Services, Kelly O’Dwyer.[...]

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NCS Blog
  • Latest News, Debt Collection Home

  • Date

    05th December 2017

We would like to thank everyone that voted again this year for the Australian Institute of Credit Managements Pinnacle Awards. We are humbled and appreciate being acknowledged by our peers and clients[...]

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NCS Blog
  • Latest News, Debt Collection Home

  • Date

    05th December 2017

In October The Herald Sun published an article by PETER MICKELBUROUGH about a couple who claimed they were told by Mick Gatto that he would “do his magic” to recover more than $1.3 million they be[...]

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NCS Blog
Latest News
  • By

    ncs_collector

  • Date

    20th February 2018

  • 2 Minute Read

More than 20 per cent of liquidations could involve illegal phoenix activity according to confidential Australian Tax Office (ATO) data divulged this week by Minister for Financial Services Kelly O’Dwyer, who also laid bare the inadequacy of efforts to curb the practice and eradicate complicit liquidators during a speech to Parliament on Wednesday.

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NCS Blog
  • Latest News

  • Date

    29th January 2018

Employers who deny their employees their superannuation entitlements face up to a year in jail under legislation drafted by the Federal Government.[...]

Read more
NCS Blog
  • Latest News

  • Date

    20th January 2018

CreditorWatch posted in mid-January about new reporting powers of the ATO under draft legislation released by Minister for Revenue and Financial Services, Kelly O’Dwyer.[...]

Read more
NCS Blog
  • Latest News

  • Date

    05th December 2017

We would like to thank everyone that voted again this year for the Australian Institute of Credit Managements Pinnacle Awards. We are humbled and appreciate being acknowledged by our peers and clients[...]

Read more
NCS Blog
  • Latest News

  • Date

    05th December 2017

In October The Herald Sun published an article by PETER MICKELBUROUGH about a couple who claimed they were told by Mick Gatto that he would “do his magic” to recover more than $1.3 million they be[...]

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NCS Blog
Debt Collection
  • By

    ncs_collector

  • Date

    14th May 2017

  • 2 Minute Read

Last week, smartcompany.com.au published an online article advising that ASIC has debt management firms in its sights as it looks to crack down on misleading conduct by debt management companies as personal insolvency rates are up 10%. Read the full story here or below… ASIC cracks down on debt management firm ads as personal insolvencies […]

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NCS Blog
  • Debt Collection

  • Date

    20th February 2017

Debt collection is a serious and regulated business. There are rules and a code of conduct we adhere to, ensuring that, while collecting debt for our clients, debtors rights are also protected.[...]

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NCS Blog
  • Debt Collection

  • Date

    13th September 2016

news.com.au has posted an interesting article about the new look of the Debt Collection industry “DEBT collectors just want to help.[...]

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NCS Blog
  • Debt Collection

  • Date

    25th July 2016

In uncertain economic times, it is becoming increasingly important to place emphasis on knowledge within the workplace.[...]

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NCS Blog
  • Debt Collection

  • Date

    10th June 2016

An article published last week on by Dinushi Dias from SmartCompany tells the story about a business owner camping outside his client’s office to recover a debt that was 742 days late. Here̵[...]

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NCS Blog
Debt Collection Home
  • By

    ncs_collector

  • Date

    20th February 2018

  • 2 Minute Read

More than 20 per cent of liquidations could involve illegal phoenix activity according to confidential Australian Tax Office (ATO) data divulged this week by Minister for Financial Services Kelly O’Dwyer, who also laid bare the inadequacy of efforts to curb the practice and eradicate complicit liquidators during a speech to Parliament on Wednesday.

Read more
NCS Blog
  • Debt Collection Home

  • Date

    29th January 2018

Employers who deny their employees their superannuation entitlements face up to a year in jail under legislation drafted by the Federal Government.[...]

Read more
NCS Blog
  • Debt Collection Home

  • Date

    20th January 2018

CreditorWatch posted in mid-January about new reporting powers of the ATO under draft legislation released by Minister for Revenue and Financial Services, Kelly O’Dwyer.[...]

Read more
NCS Blog
  • Debt Collection Home

  • Date

    05th December 2017

We would like to thank everyone that voted again this year for the Australian Institute of Credit Managements Pinnacle Awards. We are humbled and appreciate being acknowledged by our peers and clients[...]

Read more
NCS Blog
  • Debt Collection Home

  • Date

    05th December 2017

In October The Herald Sun published an article by PETER MICKELBUROUGH about a couple who claimed they were told by Mick Gatto that he would “do his magic” to recover more than $1.3 million they be[...]

Read more

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