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As its latest attempt to combat phoenix activity, the Australian Government has introduced a regime requiring directors of Australian companies to hold a unique Director Identification Number (DIN). The purpose of the regime is to reduce fraud and …
Gotta Have Faith: Trusts as a Business Structure
The final article from our business structure series explores one of the most common yet misunderstood legal relationships: Trusts.
Buddying Up: An Introduction to Partnerships
Partnerships are historically one of the most common forms of business structures, appealing to many because they are generally flexible and easy to establish. Even though they are simple, a partnership is still a legal structure, and there are several …
To be or not to be? An Introduction to Companies
Companies are Australia’s most common business structure, making up nearly 40% of all businesses. But what is it about them that proves so popular? This article sets out some of the advantages (and disadvantages) of the company structure, the difference b …