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ASBFEO media

Media releases and news from the ASBFEO in relation to payment times and practices.

 

101.5 FM MORNING - INTERVIEW WITH KEITH BIRKS

18 November 2016 - ASBFEO

Subject: ASBFEO Payment Times and Practices Inquiry

 

ABC RADIO NATIONAL 'LIFE MATTERS' - INTERVIEW WITH CASSIE MCCULLAGH

18 November 2016 - ASBFEO

Subject: ASBFEO Payment Times and Practices Inquiry

 

PAYMENT TIMES INQUIRY UNDERWAY

16 November 2016 - ASBFEO

The payment practices of big businesses and governments across the country will be put under the microscope by Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO) Kate Carnell during an inquiry aimed at weeding-out patterns of behaviour that are undermining the financial viability of small businesses and putting pressure on the entire economy.

 

ABC 702 BREAKFAST - INTERVIEW WITH ROBBIE BUCK

16 November 2016 - ASBFEO

Subject: ASBFEO Payment Times and Practices Inquiry 

 

EARLY TRUMPS LATE WHEN IT COMES TO PAYMENTS

16 November 2016 - My SmallBusiness Column

One of the criticisms levelled at president-elect Donald Trump during the highly contentious U.S. election campaign was that the businessman reportedly stiffed subcontractors who'd been hired to undertake work for his various business ventures.

 

LATE PAYMENTS CAN TRIGGER AN EARLY DEMISE

28 July, 2016 - ASBFEO

Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO) Kate Carnell says late payments are putting significant and unnecessary strain on Victoria’s small business owners, adding that the issue must be addressed for the sake of the state’s economy.

 

PAYMENT TIMES A PROBLEM FOR PRODUCTIVITY

26 May, 2016 - ASBFEO

Payment times, payroll tax and paperwork are shaping up as some of the key issues facing small business owners around the country, as the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman’s (ASBFEO) consultation period hits the half-way mark.

 

BIG BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENT NEED TO PAY SMALL BUSINESSES ON TIME

27 April, 2016 - MySmallBusiness Column

Picture for a moment a scenario whereby a small business owner gathers their employees together in the common room, and informs them that instead of being paid as usual, they'll have to wait another 30 to 60 days before they see their wages.