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Despite Seasonal Trends, Small Businesses Have Generally Improved

Despite Seasonal Trends, Small Businesses Have Generally Improved

CREDITORWATCH | 2 MIN READ The first Small Business Risk Review for 2018 presents positive outcomes to the start of the year with a large decline in unincorporated entities and court actions across some states. Despite this, it is not all rosy as payment defaults have increased.   Notable Findings In comparison to Q1 2017, New […]

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Turnbull Government paying 60% of its small business invoices within 20 days, report shows

Turnbull Government paying 60% of its small business invoices within 20 days, report shows

Federal Government agencies are paying 96% of their small business contractors within thirty days of receiving an invoice, according to a new report. Minister for Small Business, Michael McCormack said the latest Pay On-Time report also found agencies were paying 60% of invoices up to $1 million within 20 days, and that the overall results were a […]

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The Federal Government commits to paying small businesses ten days sooner by July 2019

The Federal Government commits to paying small businesses ten days sooner by July 2019

The Federal Government will begin paying small business suppliers ten calendar days sooner to improve their cashflow, it has been announced. Under the Government’s revised ‘pay on time’ policy, Small Business Minister Michael McCormack said federal agencies and entities will be required to pay invoices for contracts worth up to $1 million within 20 calendar […]

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Debt affects customer satisfaction

Debt affects customer satisfaction

It is not uncommon for early stage SME businesses to fall into marketing debt. This commonly occurs when the company, which relies on sales to stay afloat, underfunds its marketing campaign. As a result the health of the corporation starts to fail. The debt and marketing relationship During the initial stages of start-up, most businesses […]

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