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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 …