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5 Websites Every Business Owner Must Check Daily

Posted on November 1st, 2017 by: Liam | Blog

Running a business can be very exciting and rewarding, but if it’s certainly not easy. It takes an extraordinary amount of time and effort to make sure a company is functioning like a well-oiled machine, simultaneously productive and profitable. The good news is that you don’t have to do all of this alone. Aside from

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Late Payments Continue to Plague Australian Businesses

Posted on October 20th, 2017 by: Liam | Blog

Setting up your own business can be an extremely rewarding career choice. After all, you get to be your own boss and make money off your passion. However, this move can also come with a high-risk factor. According to data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, almost two thirds of start-up businesses in the country

DFB Joins Indooroopilly Annual Charity Golf Day

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

Back in August, Debtor Finance Broker had the distinct pleasure of sponsoring Indooroopilly Golf Club’s Annual Charity Golf Day. The event is renowned for supporting several great causes, and we thought it would be the perfect avenue for continuing our commitment to helping people. The promise of a fun golf tournament was just icing on

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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