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It will get worse, but it will get better “Be careful whom you borrow from” a Finance 101 cliché. Yet like most clichés, it is grounded in a truth. Convinced that the business environment will get worse, a client got in touch with IA. Its entire debt structure had started to constrict their business. It wanted to borrow money to fund any liquidity gaps that might arise but was trapped. Beware the cheap and easy.
We have been quiet and busy looking after our clients. As with many businesses, the past weeks and months of disruption have given us time to reflect. To review our business principles, our business model and consider the market. And for IA, nothing changes. If you join the dots between our blogs of the past 18 months, you can tell that IA has been preparing itself and our clients for an economic contraction. The only
Bridging the funding gap of the Job Keeper Program The Job Keeper Program has been a circuit breaker for many business owners in Australia. Little wonder that over 850,000 businesses have registered for it. Yet to date only 275,000 have lodged their application. They all want the money, want to keep their staff employed, but they have a major problem. Business owners have to fund the four to five-week gap between paying their staff and
Helping our clients, even when new finance will not help them The COVID-19 virus has triggered an economic shutdown by the Australian Government, and the effects across the business landscape have been widespread. And uneven. Over the past few weeks, several clients have been in touch about the possibilities of refinancing their business. With all of them, our process is the same. Review their business fundamentalsDetermine a break-even turnover and mid-term prospects for revenue growthExplore

March 18, 2020

We have been here before

We have been here before Covid 19 has taken a spectacular grip on the fears of people and businesses. The world is embarking on a shutdown for a time, and the business and economic implications will be profound. Learned economists advise we are entering into a recession. There will be significant costs. Unemployment will rise. Some businesses will fold. However….. recessions are not new. The media feeds into fear-based motivations, but they are just one