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There are two different types of Director Penalty Notices that are issued by the ATO. They are the traditional 21-Day DPN and the Lockdown DPN. They should not be ignored as if a company fails to meet its tax commitments by the due date, company Directors may be held personally liable for the amounts payable.
Insolvent trading is when a company or person is unable to meet financial commitments (pay debts on time) and continues to incur debt. This guide provides information on important aspects of insolvent trading including director duties, indicators of insolvency, legal implications, and the most appropriate courses of actions to take. Trading while insolvent is illegal and could result in Directors being held personally liable.
Contrary to the thoughts of many, a failure to meet financial commitments does not have to result in bankruptcy. We will explore the alternative options to bankruptcy in detail and how you can utilise them. This includes debt agreements and personal insolvency agreements which can provide an effective avenue to help avoid bankruptcy.