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5 Ways to Thrive: Future-Proofing Your Small Business

5 Ways to Thrive: Future-Proofing Your Small Business

Only half of Australian small businesses survive beyond their fourth birthday. While there’s no magic formula for success, there are several things that nearly all growing businesses have in common. Here are five ways to future-proof your business when starting out: Calculate cash flow for forecasting One of the biggest challenges for small businesses is […]

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PPSR Series: Part 1 – The Lowdown on PPSR

PPSR Series: Part 1 –  The Lowdown on PPSR

CreditorWatch has recently launched its latest product – the ability to create and manage PPSR registrations.  Did you know that PPSR is a vital component of doing business in Australia What is PPSR? The PPSR (Personal Property Securities Register) came into existence in 2012 as a result of the PPSA (Personal Property Securities Act 2009). […]

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End of Financial Year Planning 2018: Business Considerations

End of Financial Year Planning 2018: Business Considerations

With 30 June 2018 fast approaching, now is a good time to ensure your year-end strategies are in place. In doing so, it is worthwhile considering the following list of ‘Business Considerations’. Base rate entities From 1 July 2017, the tax rate for companies that meet the definition of a “base rate entity” is 27.5%. […]

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CreditorWatch Roundtable Recap

CreditorWatch Roundtable Recap

CreditorWatch recently held it’s 5th annual roundtables in Melbourne and Sydney. The roundtables are not in place to sell CreditorWatch, but rather to provide an opportunity for guests to connect, learn and have valuable discussions with industry colleagues and government representatives. The events began with an introduction from Colin Porter, Founder of CreditorWatch. Colin provided the […]

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What is a DataWash? 7 Reasons Why You Need One

What is a DataWash? 7 Reasons Why You Need One

CREDITORWATCH | 2 MIN READ In a world that seems to be moving faster every day, it might feel harder to find the time to manage your customer database and perform due diligence. However, the further you fall behind, the more at risk your business may become from bad debtors. For example, if a debtor has […]

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How to Be a Debt Collector Without Straining Relationships

How to Be a Debt Collector Without Straining Relationships

Within the SME tangled web of suppliers and customers, there is a chance that some of the debtors will be family, friends or people who you have been working with for years. Most relationships are built on trust and therefore, businesses might be inclined to allow a debtor extra time to pay up if needed. […]

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