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ATO Credit Defaults

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

Since July 1st, the Australian Tax Office are able to register credit defaults on businesses with an ABN that has tax debts of $10,000.00 or more owing to them for longer than 90 days. This is part of a new Initiative relating to an announcement in January from the Federal Government Mid Year Economic and

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SBR Collect Coming Soon

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

We have some very exciting news to share with regards to a new Slater Byrne Recoveries app that allows you to decide when to escalate matters and to control your own cash flow at the click of a button, eliminating the need to fill out our forms manually and scan and send back. The collection

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Phoenix Companies

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

There has been a lot of talk recently about Phoenix Companies and what this actually is. Phoenixing is when a new company is set up using the proceeds from assets and cash of a previous company that was liquidated. These proceeds should be used to pay out creditors, employee entitlements, and the ATO. However, this

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City2Surf 2017 and Salvation Army International

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

Some of the team at Slater Byrne paid a visit to the Salvation Army Headquarters in Surry Hills in June to volunteer for the day. We took part in their Street Level initiative, preparing and cooking meals for those who have fallen on tougher times. This took place at their inner city site where many

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Breaking Barriers: Busting the 6 Myths of Using Debt Collectors

Posted on July 12th, 2017 by: Liam | Blog

Thanks to our decades of experience in the credit and insolvency industry, Slater Byrne Recoveries has been exposed to the many misconceptions people have over debt collectors. We’ve had countless clients who were initially sceptical about hiring us because of fear that doing so might negatively affect their relationships with customers. The stigma attached to