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Chapter 5: Catch me if you can

The Story of a Crashing Hobby.
Chapter 5: Catch me if you can.

Raj Khatri & Lee Crosthwaite, Partners, Worrells Brisbane

focus on technical
Michael Griffin

Beware clients doing their own BAS

Hidden risk in amending BAS.

Michael GRIFFIN - Partner, Worrells brisbane

Presumption of Advancement vs. Resulting Trust

If you don't document your intentions, you will lose your assets

Hanzel Hizola - Manager, Worrells ipswich


How personal insolvency affects licensing and associations

Is your long-term livelihood at risk?

graeme beattie- Partner, Worrells western sydney

Graeme Beattie
War Stories
Anita Owens

Guilty or innocent—Worrells expert discovers the truth

Open and Shut—simply not the case.

anita owens  Partner - Forensics, Worrells QLD

Directors stubbornness—at what cost?

Failing to seek advice costs directors, creditors.

nathan schwarz - manager Worrells melbourne

Worrells 2015/16 Guide to
Corporate Insolvency

Have you checked out our new features?

> ASIC's 2013-14 Corporate Insolvency Statistics Analysis
> Books & Records Checklist
> Corporate Insolvency Thresholds
> CASE STUDY: Working Together—Why it works
> CASE STUDY: PPSR—Why Registering a Security is important
> In-topic callouts for more information

For extra copies, email us at marketing@worrells.net.au or contact your local Worrells partner.

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Worrells 15 tips for 2015

Tip #5 Never sink your money into a business that you don’t fully understand.
Tip #6 Don’t advance funds to your own company, or guarantee your company’s debts—without taking a security.
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