Coronavirus has already had a devastating impact on businesses and it appears that the financial impact will be felt for years to come. If your business is in trouble it can be difficult to know where to turn or what to do. So, we have put together this list of tips for you to follow… Read more »
From 1 April 2020, the ATO will be able to issue Director Penalty Notices for a company’s unpaid GST. This article summarises how GST Director Penalty Notices will apply.
We were recently referred a client who was being pursued for a debt by Timbercorp Finance Pty Ltd (‘Timbercorp’). The debt totalled over $130,000 including interest, which was continuing to accrue.
Often when a business owner signs a credit application for their business, they don’t know that they are signing a personal guarantee let alone a guarantee, which has a charging clause. However, the risks and impacts of guarantees with charging clauses can be significant.
If you become bankrupt, your bankruptcy trustee will be able to sell some of your assets. But there are various assets which are protected and which your trustee cannot sell. So, what assets can and can’t be sold?
Plutus Payroll Australia managed to misappropriate approximately $167 million in PAYG tax owed to the ATO. With these funds they lived a lavish lifestyle, buying expensive houses, fast cars and travelling to exotic places. Single Touch Payroll reduces the chances of this type of fraud happening.
Have you got a personal tax debt you are struggling to pay? This might include a debt for income tax or a debt under a Director Penalty Notice.
If you do, you need to be aware that the ATO can issue a Garnishee Notice to your employer to recover the debt.