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Tax Debt Cure

Do you have an outstanding tax debt that needs to be cleared before the due date?


From 1 July 2017, the ATO will be authorised to register company defaults with tax debts over $10,000.


We can help you finance and consolidate your tax debts and save your credit file.


Here are two examples of common tax debt scenarios for clients we have helped in the past.


Scenario: Client is self-employed and owns a retail business. He has equity in his owner-occupied and investment properties. Due to the number of expenses for the business, and some repairs needed on the investment property, he has accumulated a tax debt of $44,700. He is unable to pay out his tax debt with his current cash flow. Solution: By providing a letter from his accountant stating his income, we were able to help him with some cash flow and payout his tax debt.


Scenario: Client has accumulated several debts including a tax liability of $69,259 due to unpaid GST. She needed to consolidate these debts totalling $106,000 and refinance her existing mortgage of $182,655 to help reduce his monthly commitment. She was having trouble obtaining finance because of a telco default against his name. Solution: We helped the client to consolidate his debt by refinancing his existing mortgage. This has allowed her to pay off her tax debt on time without going into default with the ATO.


Call us today for an assessment and advice on your situation on 1300 861 143.




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