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Maximising Boxing Day: 4 Tips for Savvy Business Owners

Posted on December 15th, 2017 by: Liam | Blog

With only a little over a week until Christmas, many people are now scrambling to prepare for their holiday celebrations. But as a business owner, it’s important that you don’t get too caught up in all the holiday fervour that you forget to plan for one of the biggest trading days of the year—Boxing Day.

5 Last-Minute Tips for Your Year-End Business Preparations

Posted on December 8th, 2017 by: Liam | Blog

December is typically the busiest time of the year for most people. It’s the month when we find ourselves juggling holiday celebrations, family visits, and travel plans on top of our usual daily tasks. But as a business owner, you have a lot more things to take care of as the end of the year

Black Friday Madness: How to Get Great Deals Minus the Debt

Posted on November 24th, 2017 by: Liam | Blog

Black Friday is finally here! But before you start filling out your shopping carts, there are some tips you must remember to so you can enjoy the great deals without the risk of debt. Great Deals Abound For several decades, Black Friday has been the biggest event for retailers in the United States. This popular

4 Major Advantages of Good Debt Management Plans

Posted on November 17th, 2017 by: Liam | Blog

All businesses—from small start-ups to large corporations—have their own share of financial liabilities. But what often distinguishes a successful and profitable organization is how it deals with its debts. This is where debt management plans come in. Also known as DMP, this plan offers a debt restructuring solution that allows business owners to slowly settle

Debt Collectors Hired to Recover Millions of Unpaid School Fees

Posted on November 10th, 2017 by: Liam | Blog

Recently, forty-five public schools in Western Australia called in professional debt collectors to help recover millions of unpaid school fees. According to the State Government, parents had short-changed them in unpaid charges for the 2016-2017 school year. Approximately $ 1.5 million of this said debt was the result of parents’ failure to pay compulsory Year