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New Safe Harbour Rules and How They Affect Creditors’ Recovery From Insolvent Companies

Posted on February 3rd, 2020 by: Liam | Blog

A company is like a ship, with the directors taking the helm and navigating through hopefully always placid waters. But journeys are not always smooth sailing, storms do happen, and, in some instances, directors must act quickly to prevent the ship from sinking. This is the essence of the “safe harbour” rules – to protect

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WhatsApp — 3 Ways How Conversational Commerce Deliver Tailored Solutions

Posted on January 29th, 2020 by: Liam | Blog

“What are we going to do tonight,” Pinky asks Brain. “Same thing we do every night, Pinky, try to take over the world.” The two famous lab rats – one a genius, the other insane – make this exchange after they fail in their quest to rule over the world. If Warner Brothers were to

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“Friends Are Like Sprinkles On The Cupcake Of Life.”

Posted on January 23rd, 2020 by: Liam | Blog

We would like to say thank you to our dear friends at Shore Hire for dropping by our office in Sydney to give us some heartwarming, and, if we may add, delicious cupcakes just in time for the Christmas holidays. We welcomed the thoughtful gift and them taking the time out from their busy schedule

Small Companies Fail Due to Cash Flow Problems, Debt Recovery Poor

Posted on January 16th, 2020 by: Liam | Blog

As the new year (and a new decade!) rolls in, we soldier on hoping for a clearer outlook for 2020. Here at Slater Byrne, we look back at the debt recovery trends of the past year to help our clients assess the possible risks for 2020. Inadequate cash flow remains the number one cause as

The Year is Ending — Is it commercial to write the debt off?

Posted on December 19th, 2019 by: Liam | Blog

The year is ending. You are facing many debt collectibles. You are also trying to get on top of your payables. You are now making a plan on how to collect these debts and some debtors may have disputed the amount. What debts do you pursue? What debts do you forget about? You must consider