Restructuring Insights

Restructuring Insights

Restructuring Insights

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Update on recent ATO activity and Director Penalty Notices

21 June 2022
You may have noticed increased media coverage of the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) recently.  You might even have received a Director Penalty Notice (DPN) informing you of personal liability for company debt.

Financial distress and your mental wellbeing

13 June 2022
The impacts of financial distress are far-reaching and go well beyond a balance sheet. Learn more about your options here.

Why toxic culture and bullying exists in some not-for-profits

6 June 2022
From the outside looking in, a career or seat on the board with a non-profit would be a dream come true for many people – offering a valuable way to grow networks and skills while making a difference in a community they care about.

Director Penalty Notice: Next steps

27 May 2022
Help! I received a letter from the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) warning of a possible director penalty notice (DPN) for unpaid company debt.

What to do if you are in financial difficulty

10 May 2022
Your cash flow has dried up. You have mounting debts. You aren’t sure if the government will provide more support. You don’t know what to do next. Your stress-levels are through the roof.

Business Crisis: Where to start?

10 May 2022
We continue to assist business owners to prepare and respond to crisis that may arise in their business.

5 insights from an Australian insolvency veteran

5 April 2022
David Kerr, RSM Partner in the Restructuring and Recovery division, has witnessed plenty of change since beginning his career in accounting in the early 1980’s.

RSM Business Protect Series – Do you need to wind up a solvent company?

1 April 2022
RSM’s Restructuring & Recovery team at Port Macquarie on the mid-north coast of NSW is seeing an increase in enquiries from members/shareholders seeking to minimise their tax burden, or safely bring their company to an end via a Members’ Voluntary Liquidation process.

NFPs can look to the past for lessons on governance practices

29 March 2022
Tension between boards and management is often accepted as a natural part of running a company or not-for-profit. But how much of this comes down to an ineffective governance model, and is it time to consider a new approach? In this article, we take a deeper look at the governance issues that plagued one organisation – ultimately leading to the collapse of an independent school, and the break-up of another.

Signs of Insolvency | Part Two: Is my business ok?

24 March 2022
It’s normal for a business to experience financial ups and downs, and even longer periods of financial stress.

Signs of Insolvency | Part One: 6 Common Triggers

14 March 2022
Frank Lo Pilato, Director and Managing Partner of RSM Canberra, drew on his decades of experience to share six common signs of insolvency and bankruptcy, along with why he believes you learn more by failure than victory.

Predictions for Regional Australia in 2022

18 February 2022
Looking at regional Australia, 2020/21 saw some communities face floods, mouse plagues, and the fallout of the global pandemic that hit the tourism sector hard.

RSM Business Protect Series – Are you having difficulty resolving a dispute?

11 February 2022
RSM’s new Corporate Advisory Hub at Port Macquarie on the Mid-North Coast of NSW is continuing to see an increase in enquiries from business owners that are looking to protect themselves in business.

The effects of bankruptcy on child support

31 January 2022
Most formal child support arrangements fall within the definition of a maintenance agreement or maintenance order as defined by Section 5(1) of the Bankruptcy Act 1966 (Act).

Should NFP boards move away from the Carver Model?

13 December 2021
Operating at the helm during a time that will undoubtedly make our history books, boards and their board of directors have faced significant challenges in the wake of a global pandemic.