Fair Entitlements Guarantee – FEG

AFCA financial compensation scheme of last resort

The federal government has announced [1] that a compensation scheme for victims of financial services misconduct will start from 2

Law reform – small business redundancy exemption removed

Among the many changes introduced by the Fair Work Legislation Amendment (Closing Loopholes) Act 2023 are those in Schedule 1

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

FEG claim against receivers over circulating assets

The Fair Entitlements Guarantee [FEG] scheme through the Commonwealth has obtained orders delaying the deregistration of a company to allow

Employees’ loss of FEG redundancy payments through their misguided “acts of decency and loyalty” to assist

The AAT has described its decision confirming a lack of government assistance under fair entitlements guarantee (FEG) for “two dedicated,

Who is an employee, and who is the employer? Common questions in insolvency administrations

Whether a person is an employee or a contractor, and if an employee, who is the employer, can be important,

Fair Entitlements Guarantee – powers to demand information

The Department of Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business’ Annual Report 2018-2019 provides some information about the Fair Entitlements Guarantee

‘Employee’ claim rejected – he was a contractor, and a de facto director

A ‘employee’s’ claim for payment of unpaid wages by a company in liquidation was rejected by the department under the

Liquidators – let employees know about their rights to claim on FEG?

Mr Merante was an employee of a company for 15 years, from 2000 until shortly after it went into voluntary

Friendly and ‘friendly’

With the rather confusing term ‘friendly liquidator’ continuing to be used: by the media: Dirty Deeds: Inside Australia’s Biggest Tax