Temporary insolvency and bankruptcy protections initially in place until 30 September have been extended until 31 December 2020.
With insolvencies down 60 per cent this year compared to 2019, removal of these measures could have resulted in a spike in insolvencies. How would this affect the economy? A rise in insolvencies would result in increased unemployment and a decline in consumer and business confidence.
As we’ve seen with the recent market volatility, when consumer confidence is lost, often increased volatility follows.
What are the temporary measures?
More can be found on proposed insolvency reforms here.
Is this a time of opportunity?
Now could be a great opportunity for business development work, taking a look at cash flow or restructuring business plans to create a resilient business capable of not only surviving the pandemic but achieving growth.
Wondering how the Federal Budget announcements may affect you?
Now that the Federal Budget 2020 has been announced, you may be asking yourself, how will these changes affect me?
We’ve put together all of Budget information in one place, and included our live webinar recording where our experts discuss the key changes and possible implications and opportunities for you post-announcement.
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