When cash flow gets tight, corporate compliance is often the first casualty. Some directors also think that if a tax debt can’t be paid, that it’s best not to lodge any tax returns. Here are 7 reasons why it’s best to keep tax lodgements up to date and accurate – even if they can’t be paid! The traditional 21 day Director Penalty Notice (DPN) Where a company has a PAYG

In this article we take a look at the consequences of decisions made around private companies paying dividends and the solvency test.

Are you the director a Small to Medium Business? If so, you are invited to attend “The Role of a Director in Small to Medium Businesses” workshop on Wednesday the 13th of September.

If you are a director of a company, it is almost inevitable that at some stage you will be asked or required to agree to a director’s (also called a personal) guarantee.

You work hard to make your small business distinct from other similar operations—especially those in the same industry and/or serving the same type of clientele—after all, differentiation is how you make your business stand out. But when it comes to small business legal blunders, you probably have more in common with your cohorts than you think. If you are planning to run a manual labor business make sure you have

What is the PPSR? The Personal Properties Security Register (PPSR) is the single, national online database of security interests in personal property in Australia. Think of it as a register of security interests in property – for example a bank might register interest over a car to ensure that a loan is paid. You can register security interest in property if someone owes you money You can check if there