The government halts its Modernising Business Registers Program after an independent review

The federal government has announced it will stop its Modernising Business Registers (MBR) program following independent review findings that the

15 years for tax fraud – immoral and illegal

Mr Adam Cranston has been sentenced to 15 years jail for his involvement in conspiracies to deprive the Commissioner of

Association of Independent Insolvency Practitioners’ Third National Insolvency Conference

“Are you ready to rumble” in the insolvency jungle was the opening question at the Association of Independent Insolvency Practitioners

ATO’s right to garnishee – a “privileged position … likely to result in failed corporate rescue attempts”?

A recent article Getting the priorities right: ATO garnishee notices in times of corporate distress by Sylvia Villios and David

Australian SME insolvencies – the ATO as the solution?

While the government is no doubt considering a range of options to allow the insolvency system to cope with what

Insolvency developments in the 2018-19 annual reports – ASIC, AFSA, AGD and ATO

Annual reports nowadays are more marketing publications as to various achievements of the relevant agencies and their compliance with statutory

Credit reporting of tax debts – one measure among many

From 1 July 2017, the Government has announced that it will allow the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) to disclose to

Late payers – what to do? and the ATO wants to know as well

An inquiry into late payments to creditors has been commenced by the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman. A