Welcome back to the fifth edition of the National Collection Services special cash flow discussion. This week we are speaking to Mr Mark Browning of Prasidium Trade Credit Insurance to learn about some protective measures a business can take when looking to mitigate losses on their accounts receivable ledger. If you or anyone you know… Read more »
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Welcome back to Part 4 of the National Collection Services cashflow discussion. This week we are speaking to Mr Chris Allchin of Grow Finance to learn about some protective measures a business can take when cash flow is tight or assistance is required for growth. If you or anyone you know needs the services of… Read more »
In Part 3 this week, we spoke with Lynn Walton the Managing Director of Accessii Group to discuss the importance of the PPSA. If you or anyone you know needs the services of a debt collector or assistance with the PPSA please email me firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0447474222.
In Part 2 this week, we spoke with the Queensland State Manager of Creditor Watch Mr George Wolf to discuss the importance of credit checks, credit reports and other essential services Creditor Watch offers. If you or anyone you know needs the services of a debt collector or Creditor Watch please email me email@example.com or… Read more »
Welcome to the first edition of a ten part series of the National Collection Services cashflow discussion.
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.
Employers who deny their employees their superannuation entitlements face up to a year in jail under legislation drafted by the Federal Government.
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.
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. This year we had four nominations and one big win for QLD External Collections Agent of the year!
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 believed was owed to them by a developers. Read the full story here or below… Mick Gatto’s debt-collection agency sued… Read more »