I’m sure most business owners, advisors and finance professionals are aware that business cashflow is a real and present issue as we move out of the “Covid Nightmare” we have all been through.
On top of this, the ATO is ramping up collection activity after the relatively “hands-off” approach taken during the peak of Covid. It is expected collection action by the ATO will return to pre-pandemic levels by the end of the year.
This is evidenced by the large increase in the issuing of Director Penalty Notices (DPNs) to company directors to make them personally liable for a company’s tax debt or alternatively to appoint an Administrator. In many cases, such an appointment results in liquidation of the company.
The ATO is currently issuing approximately 150 DPNs every day with this expected to rise.
Ensure directors’ addresses are up to date with ASIC and the ATO. The ATO can make contact by phone, myGov, SMS and the ATO Portal.
It’s important to be proactive if you receive a warning notice from the ATO – notice is usually 21 days from the date of the letter, not from when you receive it.
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