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26 10, 2017

Midstate CreditCollect listed as a panel supplier for Procurement Australia

By |October 26th, 2017|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Midstate CreditCollect listed as a panel supplier for Procurement Australia

Midstate CreditCollect (MCC), a division of the Collection House Group is pleased to announce they have been awarded a significant new contract with Procurement Australia. Procurement Australia facilitates public tenders and establishes contracts for its members. As of November 1st 2017, MCC will officially be listed as a panel supplier […]

7 09, 2017

Debt agency has collected more than $22 million in rates

By |September 7th, 2017|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Debt agency has collected more than $22 million in rates

MORE than $22 million has been recovered in overdue rates since the Fraser Coast Regional Council began using a specialist agency to to undertake debt recovery – and Councillor Paul Truscott believes the initiative may be helping people hold on to their homes.

The recovery of overdue rates was outsourced to […]

2 07, 2015

Article for Accountants

By |July 2nd, 2015|Acquisitions, Financial, Taxes|Comments Off on Article for Accountants

How can accountants recover debt from long term clients and keep their clients? For most, this statement is more a dream than any hope of reality. When a debt recovery lawyer such as myself suggests this to an accountant, the response is usually either abrupt or hysterical.
The good thing is […]

17 06, 2016

Proposed Changes to Bankruptcy Legislation – A change to promote innovation, or an invitation to corporate sharks?

By |June 17th, 2016|Financial, Governments, Taxes|Comments Off on Proposed Changes to Bankruptcy Legislation – A change to promote innovation, or an invitation to corporate sharks?

The government has released some proposed changes to the insolvency legislation, primarily intended to allow some leeway in borderline insolvency cases. The legislation is looking at changes to the corporations law and the bankruptcy law, and the government is seeking submissions from industry in relation to the proposed changes.
Corporations.
The changes […]

2 07, 2015

PPSR – For Consumers

By |July 2nd, 2015|Financial, Governments, International|Comments Off on PPSR – For Consumers

PPSR – A “REVS” check for anything over $5,000?

The Personal Property Securities Register (the “PPSR”) has been hailed by some as the most fundamental change to credit in the last 150 years – when the Torrens System for registration of land titles was enacted (circa 1858).

Technically the result of the […]

2 07, 2015

PPSR – For Creditors

By |July 2nd, 2015|Financial, International, Taxes|Comments Off on PPSR – For Creditors

The PPSR; A creditors newest ally?

The Personal Property Securities Register (the “PPSR”) has been hailed by some as the most fundamental change to credit in the last 150 years – not since 1958 has something this significant been introduced in Australia, that being the Torrens Title system of property registration. […]