Would you let an unqualified doctor operate on you? Would you be happy for an unlicensed builder to be building your house?
There’s a saying, “Running into debt isn’t so bad. It’s running into creditors that hurts.” And it does. It’s extremely stressful. But there are ways to turn things around.
Is your business facing financial hardship? Are you having trouble paying suppliers, the bank, or even the ATO?
We know it can be stressful, if not downright scary. But adopting a ‘head in the sand’ attitude won’t make things any better. Chances are the situation will only get worse—especially if you breach your director duties by trading while insolvent.
Your client’s company may be solvent now, but will it stay that way? Here are ten warning signs their company may be heading towards insolvency.
Has one of your clients received a Statutory Demand from a creditor they owe money to?
If so, they have just 21 days to act before the creditors can take further action.
When a client is facing financial difficulty, you need straightforward and honest advice on the best solution for them. Here’s how Rapsey Griffiths can help.
Does your company have cash flow problems? Are you finding it hard to pay its debts?
If so, your company may be insolvent.
If you’ve been made bankrupt, you’re probably worrying about your house being sold out from under you.
There are two types of Directors Penalty Notice, and which one you receive depends on how you’re doing with the company’s paperwork. Read our 3 simple tips.
Has "Manage my finances" been on your to-do list for a while? Let's face it: spending and borrowing money is easy. It's paying it back that's difficult. Before you know it you're: - afraid to open your mail - still paying off last year's bills - only paying the...