Insolvent trading and business debt

Some common questions about Insolvent Trading:

Yes. Continuing to trade when you are insolvent is an offence and you may be referred to ASIC (Australian Securities and Investments Commission) for investigation, which could result in criminal prosecution. Directors of a company have a duty to prevent insolvent trading by the company.

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