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SMEs set to lift their online game; women leading the demand for unsecured business loans

SMEs set to lift their online game; women leading the demand for unsecured business loans

It seems SMEs have been slow to get onboard the online boom, with only a little over a quarter of SME revenue coming from e-business, according to new research by Banjo. SMEs are also becoming increasingly frustrated by long waiting times on loan applications, with female SME owners in particular turning away from putting up […]

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Small Business Risk Review Quarter 3, 2019: Topsy-turvy business conditions endure

Small Business Risk Review Quarter 3, 2019: Topsy-turvy business conditions endure

Looking for data on Quarter 4? Read how the retail industry has fared at the end of 2019. CreditorWatch’s Small Business Risk Review for Quarter 3, 2019 highlights a large increase in the value of court actions in Queensland, concerning change for Western Australia and an increase in insolvencies across Australia. Quarter 3, 2019 continued […]

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Court actions increased in FY2019 in comparison to FY2018

Court actions increased in FY2019 in comparison to FY2018

Performing due diligence is more important than ever Court actions increased in FY2019 across all states, with the exception of WA, by 18% volume and 13% dollar amount. Victoria took the lead with the highest amount of court actions, followed by New South Wales. Victoria had the highest dollar amounts in July 2017 and April […]

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More Resources to Support Small Business Growth Have Been Launched

More Resources to Support Small Business Growth Have Been Launched

This industry-first Business Funding Guide aims to help Australian small businesses tackle the funding crisis The guide is primarily aimed at SME trusted advisors like accounts receivables and financial modelling professionals to help small business owners find the right funding and increase their likelihood of having funding approved. The guide was developed by the Australian […]

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Tax Debt Transparency Back in Parliament

Tax Debt Transparency Back in Parliament

Would you like to know when a customer has a significant tax debt with the ATO? A government proposal to allow the ATO to share information about business tax debt to credit bureaus like CreditorWatch was re-introduced to parliament this week. The legislation would improve the ATO’s ability to address the $10 billion small business […]

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