You run a business. You can’t imagine doing anything else. The rewards are great, but so are the risks. And taking those risks means sometimes things go wrong.
The reality is that change is the only certainty, and mistakes are more likely when decisions are forced upon you. Suddenly you ﬁnd yourself in trouble. Everything you’ve worked for is threatened. Not just the business, but your personal assets, your home and family; all the people who rely on you. Despite running your business professionally, paying bills on time and doing ’the right thing’, you’re running into trouble
Under extreme stress it’s difﬁcult to make good decisions and so you ﬁnd your business is in crisis. You lack the conﬁdence and clarity you once had to stop the business – maybe even your life – unraveling. It’s vital now to get external advice, to know what your options are. One of those options could be Safe Harbour.
What is Safe Harbour?
Safe Harbour is a strategy offered by our appropriately qualiﬁed practitioners. It is specialised and it is new – which means it is worth taking the time to ensure you are getting a service and protection that is ﬁt for purpose.
For Safe Harbour to protect you, it needs to be delivered by properly qualiﬁed professionals. Imagine Safe Harbour as a window of protection while you take stock of your business circumstances – time to implement some changes perhaps.
Ginette Muller is a qualiﬁed and ASIC registered practitioner who offers Safe Harbour. She is one of the many panel members who are experts in their ﬁeld – together they form thesolvers.com.au, providing a full-service advisory for small to medium business.
To maintain the highest standards, the members of thesolvers.com.au have appropriate professional registrations and memberships, qualiﬁcations ﬁt for the services they offer, and of course insurance.
Their motto ‘wanting you to succeed’ underpins thesolvers.
com.au, which offers specialist Legal, Tax, Cash ﬂow, Business Transformation and HR advice.
Because thesolvers.com.au is a service designed for small to medium business, the fees are kept within a budget. An initial phone consultation is also offered free and without obligation.
This article was originally published in Label Magazine, – Summer 2019 edition
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