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Slater Byrne Recoveries – Now Open in New Zealand

Posted on October 19th, 2017 by: Liam | Blog

We have some exciting news with regards the growth of Slater Byrne Recoveries. We have been working tirelessly behind the scenes for months and can now announce our office in New Zealand is officially open. This will operate alongside our 3 offices already based in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. We have set up an office

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How Updated Credit Applications Can Save Your Business

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

Last month, I spoke to nearly 500 new businesses that all lost money to a company that entered liquidation. The debts involved ranged from a few hundred dollars to hundreds of thousands. On top of that, I had existing clients who needed help with their outstanding invoices. If you add all that up, that’s a

Xero Report Finds Many Australian SMEs Operating in the Red

Posted on September 14th, 2017 by: Liam | Blog

In a recent study, cloud accounting firm Xero has found that almost half of small businesses in Australia are currently operating in the red. The findings, which were published by Xero in the first ever edition of their Small Business Insights report, showed that only 50.7 percent of small businesses were cash flow positive as of

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How to Cope with the 4 Main Causes of Business Stress

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

Running your own business can be very exciting and empowering, but it can also be very challenging. It doesn’t have a detailed job description and it often comes with many unforeseen problems. All this stress and pressure can take a toll on your physical and mental health. This can also wear down your passion and

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The Building and Construction Industry Payments Act

Posted on July 26th, 2017 by: Liam | Blog

For those involved in the Construction industry, receiving payment on time can be described as difficult at best. Often, invoices are issued and the creditor does not get paid by the due date. You do not want to upset your clients with constant emails/phone calls as this may lead to strained relationships and potential jobs